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Entries in Adelaide Fringe 2012 What's On (31)

Sunday
Mar182012

Adelaide Fringe 2012 Cabaret What's On - Sunday March 18

 

 The Baily Dolls 


Doris Day at the Movies - A Celebration in Song


EastEnd Cabaret:The Revolution will be Sexual

Bernadette Byrne and Victor Victoria present their smash hit show from the Edinburgh Fringe. “Comic genius” ***** - Three Weeks. “Genuinely naughty” **** - The Scotsman. “Vive la Revolution!” **** - The Skinny.

Read their ****review in the Advertiser by Tim Lloyd here.

 

Emma Dean and Jake Diefenbach in an End to Dreaming

Award-winning Brisbane-based musicians, Emma Dean and Jake Diefenbach, join hands (and pianos) to present a grave and mesmerising fairytale about loss, hope and the transcending power of dreams. The New York Post describes Dean as “sheer perfection”, while The Age likens Diefenbach to cabaret legends Tim Minchin and Eddie Perfect.

Click here to read their interview with Emma and Jake.

 

Gillian Cosgriff

Award-winning comedienne and songwriter Gillian Cosgriff makes a triumphant return to Adelaide after her smash hit season at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival and a tour around the country.

With no job, no house, and no money, Gillian will be drawing mainly on skills attained through waitressing to help her face the demands of the Adelaide Fringe.

Click here to read her interview Gillian gave last year to Cabaret Confessional.

 

La Soirée SOLD OUT

 

MindBlown


Pianodivalicious!


Porcelain Punch Travelling Medicine Show


The Baily Dolls SOLD OUT


The Johnny Cash Tribute Show


The LoveBirds


The Wrong Place at the Right Time

 

 

 

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Saturday
Mar172012

Adelaide Fringe 2012 Cabaret What's On - Saturday March 17

 

A Kick in the Head and Other Seduction Techniques

 

A Back Pages Ramble: Aussie Bob Pays Homage to 50 Years of Bob Dylan


A Kick in the Head and Other Seduction Techniques SOLD OUT 


An Awful Lot of Vaudeville


An Unexpected Variety Show

Don’t miss this award-winning one-woman cabaret written and performed by Jenny Wynter - it’s guaranteed to make you laugh and touch your soul. Read her interview with Cabaret Confessional here.

Click here to read the review in Cabaret Confessional.

Click here to read the *****review by Brian Godfrey in Adelaide Theatre Guide.


Babyboomers Rule - OK SOLD OUT


BALD EAGLES: LIFE IN THE SLOW LANE II SOLD OUT


Best of Fringe - Variety


BOPPIN THE BLUES


Doris Day at the Movies - A Celebration in Song


EastEnd Cabaret:The Revolution will be Sexual

Bernadette Byrne and Victor Victoria present their smash hit show from the Edinburgh Fringe. “Comic genius” ***** - Three Weeks. “Genuinely naughty” **** - The Scotsman. “Vive la Revolution!” **** - The Skinny.

Read their ****review in the Advertiser by Tim Lloyd here.

 

Emma Dean and Jake Diefenbach in an End to Dreaming

Award-winning Brisbane-based musicians, Emma Dean and Jake Diefenbach, join hands (and pianos) to present a grave and mesmerising fairytale about loss, hope and the transcending power of dreams. The New York Post describes Dean as “sheer perfection”, while The Age likens Diefenbach to cabaret legends Tim Minchin and Eddie Perfect.

Click here to read their interview with Emma and Jake.

 

Everybody Does Love Songs

 

Gillian Cosgriff

Award-winning comedienne and songwriter Gillian Cosgriff makes a triumphant return to Adelaide after her smash hit season at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival and a tour around the country.

With no job, no house, and no money, Gillian will be drawing mainly on skills attained through waitressing to help her face the demands of the Adelaide Fringe.

Click here to read her interview Gillian gave last year to Cabaret Confessional.

 

Hot

English comedy-cabaret sensation Damsel Sophie is back with a fiery new tale of self-love gone mad.

Winner - Adelaide Fringe Awards 2011 Best Cabaret 

Click here to read the 5-star review by Tessa Akerman in the Advertiser.


Illure SOLD OUT


La Soirée SOLD OUT


MindBlown


Pianodivalicious!


Porcelain Punch Travelling Medicine Show


Sex Pest


Sights & Sounds from Movie Greats


The Con Artists: Stealing the Show


The LoveBirds


The Mile High Club


The Rat Pack Revue SOLD OUT 


The Upside-Down Girl


Three Old Farts and a Couple of Tarts


Upstaging Hans: A Tribute to Stage Mothers Throughout Time

Stage mothers have shaped the lives of history’s iconic superstars and now the darling of them all, Hans, pays tribute to these great women. From Gypsy Rose to Dina Lohan, no one is safe. Join Hans, the “Ungrateful Bastards” and the JonBenét-esque “Lucky Bitches” for this unforgettable cabaret adventure.

Click here to read the 4.5/5 review by Aaron McDonald in the Adelaide Theatre Guide.

Click here to read the 4.5-star review by Jessica Haynes in the Advertiser.


What Is This Thing Called Love?  

Starring Adam Goodburn and Deborah Caddy with Matthew Carey on piano, this cabaret tells a story of the legendary songwriter Cole Porter and his wife will be told through Porter’s timeless classics. Read Adam Goodburn’s interview on the show with Cabaret Confessional here.

 

Wrongtown: Homicide And Home Cooking!

‘The Andrew Sisters coming down from a drug binge’ - Alan Brough. WRONGTOWN, bring you a delectable variety hour celebrating all things “WRONG”, dangerously packed with naff infomercials, psycho killers, disturbing anecdotes, potty-mouth lyrics, hot vocals, high heels, headlights and…THIS FREE CLOCK RADIO!! Make WRONGTOWN’s population -YOU!

Check out their YouTube clip here.

 


 

*If you are interested in having your show featured on Cabaret Confessional, click here for more information.

Find out how YOU can become an exclusive Founding Patron of Cabaret Confessional.

Subscribe to Cabaret Confessional via email.

‘Like’ Cabaret Confessional on Facebook and follow us on Twitter

 

Friday
Mar162012

Adelaide Fringe 2012 Cabaret What's On - Friday March 16

  

La Soiree

 

An Awful Lot of Vaudeville


Babyboomers Rule - OK


BALD EAGLES: LIFE IN THE SLOW LANE II SOLD OUT


Best of Fringe - Variety


Doris Day at the Movies - A Celebration in Song


EastEnd Cabaret:The Revolution will be Sexual

Bernadette Byrne and Victor Victoria present their smash hit show from the Edinburgh Fringe. “Comic genius” ***** - Three Weeks. “Genuinely naughty” **** - The Scotsman. “Vive la Revolution!” **** - The Skinny.

Read their ****review in the Advertiser by Tim Lloyd here.

Ell Bellas Late Night Variety Assortment


Emma Dean and Jake Diefenbach in an End to Dreaming

Award-winning Brisbane-based musicians, Emma Dean and Jake Diefenbach, join hands (and pianos) to present a grave and mesmerising fairytale about loss, hope and the transcending power of dreams. The New York Post describes Dean as “sheer perfection”, while The Age likens Diefenbach to cabaret legends Tim Minchin and Eddie Perfect.

Click here to read their interview with Emma and Jake.


Everybody Does Love Songs


Gillian Cosgriff

Award-winning comedienne and songwriter Gillian Cosgriff makes a triumphant return to Adelaide after her smash hit season at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival and a tour around the country.

With no job, no house, and no money, Gillian will be drawing mainly on skills attained through waitressing to help her face the demands of the Adelaide Fringe.

Click here to read her interview Gillian gave last year to Cabaret Confessional.

 

Hot

English comedy-cabaret sensation Damsel Sophie is back with a fiery new tale of self-love gone mad.

Winner - Adelaide Fringe Awards 2011 Best Cabaret 

Click here to read the 5-star review by Tessa Akerman in the Advertiser.


Illure


I Sing Like I Feel! A Tribute to Ella Fitzgerald SOLD OUT 


La Soirée SOLD OUT


Michael The Living Poet and Guests


MindBlown


Pianodivalicious!


Porcelain Punch Travelling Medicine Show


Queer - The Wicked Webs We Weave

Charles Sanders’ brand-new cabaret about the darker side of passion and desire. The suicidal jilted lover, the pair in the right places at all the wrong times, the child who wants to know too much too soon. Directed by Velalien.

Click here to the interview with Charles Sanders and here to read the 5/5 review on Adelaide Theatre Guide by Brian Godfrey.


Sex Pest


The Johnny Cash Tribute Show


The LoveBirds


The Mile High Club


The Upside-Down Girl

Anya Anastasia of Adelaide cabaret group ‘Bird Wizdom’ this year unleashes her first solo show! She tells a gorgeous tale of innocence, rejection, imagination and love. Enter the realm of the wondrous cabaret carnivale world she creates and laugh yourself upside-down at this raw, stunning and bizarre comedy.

Click here to read the  4 star review by Tess Akerman in The Advertiser.


Three Old Farts and a Couple of Tarts


Upstaging Hans: A Tribute to Stage Mothers Throughout Time

Stage mothers have shaped the lives of history’s iconic superstars and now the darling of them all, Hans, pays tribute to these great women. From Gypsy Rose to Dina Lohan, no one is safe. Join Hans, the “Ungrateful Bastards” and the JonBenét-esque “Lucky Bitches” for this unforgettable cabaret adventure.

Click here to read the 4.5/5 review by Aaron McDonald in the Adelaide Theatre Guide.

Click here to read the 4.5-star review by Jessica Haynes in the Advertiser.


What is This Thing Called Love?  

Starring Adam Goodburn and Deborah Caddy with Matthew Carey on piano, this cabaret tells a story of the legendary songwriter Cole Porter and his wife will be told through Porter’s timeless classics. Read Adam Goodburn’s interview on the show with Cabaret Confessional here.


Wrongtown: Homicide And Home Cooking!

‘The Andrew Sisters coming down from a drug binge’ - Alan Brough. WRONGTOWN, bring you a delectable variety hour celebrating all things “WRONG”, dangerously packed with naff infomercials, psycho killers, disturbing anecdotes, potty-mouth lyrics, hot vocals, high heels, headlights and…THIS FREE CLOCK RADIO!! Make WRONGTOWN’s population -YOU!

Check out their YouTube clip here.

 

 

*If you are interested in having your show featured on Cabaret Confessional, click here for more information.

Find out how YOU can become an exclusive Founding Patron of Cabaret Confessional.

Subscribe to Cabaret Confessional via email.

‘Like’ Cabaret Confessional on Facebook and follow us on Twitter

 

Thursday
Mar152012

Adelaide Fringe 2012 Cabaret What's On - Thursday March 15

 

Emma Dean and Jake Diefenbach in An End to Dreaming


An Unexpected Variety Show

Don’t miss this award-winning one-woman cabaret written and performed by Jenny Wynter - it’s guaranteed to make you laugh and touch your soul. Read her interview with Cabaret Confessional here.

Click here to read the review in Cabaret Confessional.

Click here to read the *****review by Brian Godfrey in Adelaide Theatre Guide.

 

Anything Goes Cabaret


Best of Fringe - Variety


Dirty Little Late Night Disgrace


Doris Day at the Movies - A Celebration in Song

 

EastEnd Cabaret:The Revolution will be Sexual

Bernadette Byrne and Victor Victoria present their smash hit show from the Edinburgh Fringe. “Comic genius” ***** - Three Weeks. “Genuinely naughty” **** - The Scotsman. “Vive la Revolution!” **** - The Skinny.

Read their ****review in the Advertiser by Tim Lloyd here.

 

Emma Dean and Jake Diefenbach in an End to Dreaming

Award-winning Brisbane-based musicians, Emma Dean and Jake Diefenbach, join hands (and pianos) to present a grave and mesmerising fairytale about loss, hope and the transcending power of dreams. The New York Post describes Dean as “sheer perfection”, while The Age likens Diefenbach to cabaret legends Tim Minchin and Eddie Perfect.

Click here to read their interview with Emma and Jake.

 

Everybody Does Love Songs

 

Gillian Cosgriff

Award-winning comedienne and songwriter Gillian Cosgriff makes a triumphant return to Adelaide after her smash hit season at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival and a tour around the country.

With no job, no house, and no money, Gillian will be drawing mainly on skills attained through waitressing to help her face the demands of the Adelaide Fringe.

Click here to read her interview Gillian gave last year to Cabaret Confessional.

 

Hot

English comedy-cabaret sensation Damsel Sophie is back with a fiery new tale of self-love gone mad.

Winner - Adelaide Fringe Awards 2011 Best Cabaret 

Click here to read the 5-star review by Tessa Akerman in the Advertiser.

 

Illure


I Sing Like I Feel! A Tribute to Ella Fitzgerald


Kabaret Konspiracy


La Soirée SOLD OUT


MindBlown


Pianodivalicious!


Porcelain Punch Travelling Medicine Show


Sex Pest


The Blues Brothers Rhythm & Blues Revue


The Mile High Club


Wrongtown: Homicide And Home Cooking!

‘The Andrew Sisters coming down from a drug binge’ - Alan Brough. WRONGTOWN, bring you a delectable variety hour celebrating all things “WRONG”, dangerously packed with naff infomercials, psycho killers, disturbing anecdotes, potty-mouth lyrics, hot vocals, high heels, headlights and…THIS FREE CLOCK RADIO!! Make WRONGTOWN’s population -YOU!

Check out their YouTube clip here.


 

*If you are interested in having your show featured on Cabaret Confessional, click here for more information.

Find out how YOU can become an exclusive Founding Patron of Cabaret Confessional.

Subscribe to Cabaret Confessional via email.

‘Like’ Cabaret Confessional on Facebook and follow us on Twitter

 

Wednesday
Mar142012

Adelaide Fringe 2012 Cabaret What's On - Wednesday March 14

  

 

Gillian Cosgriff


Anything Goes Cabaret


Best of Fringe - Variety

 

Eastend Cabaret:The Revolution will be Sexual

Bernadette Byrne and Victor Victoria present their smash hit show from the Edinburgh Fringe. “Comic genius” ***** - Three Weeks. “Genuinely naughty” **** - The Scotsman. “Vive la Revolution!” **** - The Skinny.

Read their ****review in the Advertiser by Tim Lloyd here.

 

Gillian Cosgriff

Award-winning comedienne and songwriter Gillian Cosgriff makes a triumphant return to Adelaide after her smash hit season at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival and a tour around the country.

With no job, no house, and no money, Gillian will be drawing mainly on skills attained through waitressing to help her face the demands of the Adelaide Fringe.

Click here to read her interview Gillian gave last year to Cabaret Confessional.

 

Hot

English comedy-cabaret sensation Damsel Sophie is back with a fiery new tale of self-love gone mad.

Winner - Adelaide Fringe Awards 2011 Best Cabaret 

Click here to read the 5-star review by Tessa Akerman in the Advertiser.

 

Illure


I Sing Like I Feel! A Tribute to Ella Fitzgerald


La Soirée SOLD OUT

 

Porcelain Punch Travelling Medicine Show


States of Desire


The LoveBirds


Wrongtown: Homicide And Home Cooking!

 

 

*If you are interested in having your show featured on Cabaret Confessional, click here for more information.

Find out how YOU can become an exclusive Founding Patron of Cabaret Confessional.

Subscribe to Cabaret Confessional via email.

‘Like’ Cabaret Confessional on Facebook and follow us on Twitter