Cabaret & Circus


Review: Kombini at Circus Hub,

Brought to the Underbelly Circus Hub by esteemed circus company Les Foutoukours, Kombini is wonderfully endearing, providing an afternoon of light-hearted laughter for teenagers and adults alike.  Kombini t...

Review: Filament at Underbelly Circus Hub

Promising to fill the stage with a story magnified by circus skills, Filament uses 80s teen movies as the inspiration behind their show. The energetic troupe of eight characterise high school archetypes and jo...

Review: Yuck Circus at Underbelly Circus Hub

Backflips, aerial silks and a menstrual dance that sent an appreciable shudder through older members of the audience, Yuck Circus is never slow and never boring. Tackling the patriarchy head-on by dragging up ...
Reuben Kaye at Assembly Checkpoint

Review: Reuben Kaye at Assembly Checkpoint

Reuben Kaye looks amazing: toweringly tall, covered in sequins, with cheekbones to die for and a record-breaking amount of mascara. The London-based Aussie is a cabaret creature to the core. Backed by four ...

Review: Reuben Kaye – Assembly Checkpoint

It takes a certain kind of person to rock a microphone with a ponytail. It takes a certain kind of person to sing Charles Aznavour and Iggy Azalea in the same show. It takes a certain kind of person to tenderl...

Review: Blizzard by Flip Fabrique at Assembly Hall

Blizzard opens with a warning that the adverse weather conditions may mean limited visibility, to the extent that we may not believe our eyes. Halfway through the show, a small child wonders up to the stage wi...
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