If you have the chance to see Natalie Gamsu in cabaret, grab it. This women is a unique, spell binding, crazy, tower of strength, and she is bringing a brand new original work to Melbourne. Carmen, Live or Dead is the fascinating and extraordinary story of Carmen Frida Leon Davidovich, The Love Child of Frida… Read more.
Magda Szubanski, Joel Creasey, Bob Downe, Paul Capsis, iOTA, Emma Matthews, Simon Burke, Virginia Gay, and many more are set to appear in From Sydney With Love – A Concert for Orlando in Sydney’s Town Hall on Monday 11 July. On Saturday 11 June Pulse Nightclub, a gay bar in Orlando, Florida, had its Latin night shattered with… Read more.
“Clifford North” is a name that suggests beige suburbia. But that ordinary name belongs to a splendidly over-the-top glam-rock love god, imaginary friend to the unhappy woman in B-Girl. The rock god is played by iOTA; B-Girl is played by Blazey Best, and they were directed by Craig Ilott, all three of them multiple award… Read more.
This Sunday, we’re going to go into one of the more absurd, creatively rich corners of Australian musical theatre as we celebrate artist and performer iOTA. You might know him from Smoke & Mirrors, Hedwig and the Angry Inch and The Rocky Horror Show. iOTA’s new show, B-GIrl, is set to open at the Sydney Opera House… Read more.
On Monday October 28 the Sydney City Recital Centre in Angel Place will play host to a one night only concert that has grown to become one of the most notoriously spectacular music theatre events in Australia. A charity concert in support of research for gene control in acute leukemia with all funds raised going… Read more.
Now in its tenth year and claiming the title of the biggest cabaret event in the world, the 2010 Adelaide Cabaret Festival launched itself upon a full and glitz-hungry audience at the Variety Gala Performance on Friday, sweeping away their winter blues. Led by the warm wit and charm of Host Todd McKenney – who kept… Read more.
The legendary Hats Off! returns for its 12th year with a retrospective concert on February 22, 2010 at the Seymour Centre, Sydney. Featuring a star studded line up of Australian musical theatre, comedy, dance and cabaret performers, Hats Off! promises to be highlight of the Mardi Gras Festival and this year will feature classic showstoppers from your favourite… Read more.