Articles on ‘Camille O’Sullivan’

Adelaide Festival: Tommy

Eric Mingus. Photo supplied by the Adelaide Festival of Arts

Tommy was first conceived and recorded by the 23 year old Pete Townshend in 1968. It has now been re-conceived as a gender-bending Jazz explosion by Eric Mingus in a world premiere production for the 2015 Adelaide Festival of Arts. Apart from the obvious differences – in Mingus’ production Tommy (in a Bruce Lee t-shirt… Read more.

Camille O’Sullivan: Changeling

Camille O’Sullivan knows that if she wants to move to Melbourne, she’ll have adoring fans and endless friends eager to see her do anything, meow on the streets with her and invite her to dinner. She’s something else. And then some. And there are only two more chances to see her Changeling at Arts Centre Melbourne. O’Sullivan… Read more.

Camille O’Sullivan – Feel

Camille O’Sullivan, the feisty Irish performer, has returned to the Adelaide Cabaret Festival after a hiatus of several years. Known for her intensely dramatic interpretations of the works of Brel, Cave, Waits, Bowie, et al., Camille continues to draw inspiration from these artists to provide the backbone of her new show – Feel. Camille’s eccentricity is… Read more.