Sure, there is some humour in the Bible, but this extraordinary piece of theatre turns it into a very funny, whilst irreverent but respectful romp! Who, other than the creative genius of the unpredictable UK theatre company, Stan’s Cafe, could imagine three Cardinals and a Muslim woman presenting a potted version of the entire Bible… Read more.
Erik Satie, French avant-garde composer and pianist, was one of the founding fathers of cabaret. While his compositional style evolved with time, his early involvement at Le Chat Noir in Montmartre helped to create and shape the beautiful art form that is celebrated at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival. Musicians Cheryl Pickering and Richard Chew have… Read more.