A wonderful Sondheim concert featuring a top line-up of Australian performers.
Articles by Mal Byrne
Although pandemonium was the theme, the chaos was meticulously planned and Meow Meow was well in control of this performance – even with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra along for the ride.
Catherine Alcorn and Phil Scott are consummate performers – and the songs are great – but this show didn't quite gel on a conceptual level.
There's much anticipation about Tina Arena's program, and if this gala concert was anything to go by cabaret-lovers will be out in force in June.
The Adelaide Virtuosi Trio delivers a generous, if not perfect recital of chamber favourites.
This thoughtful show from the self-described "professional feminist" empowered the women in the audience – and hopefully enlightened the men.
In his fantastic new cabaret, Alan Cumming bares his soul while discussing ageing and death; and shows he's someone "who's going like Elsie" and won't be caught sitting alone in his room.
Eddie Perfect reflects on negative reviews, critics, making it on Broadway and enduring COVID lockdown in his terrific cabaret show Introspective.
Robyn Archer's show Mother Archer's Cabaret for Dark Times was musically satisfying and conceptually brilliant.
An enjoyable concert, which really stepped up with Fiona McArdle's arrival.
Jonathon Glonek tackles the violinist's ultramarathon.
Two years on, the Soweto Gospel Choir is soaring to even greater heights.
They've got rhythm, they've got music, who could ask for anything more?