Reviews: Cabaret


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...
Little Death Club at Underbelly

Review: Little Death Club at Underbelly

Bernie Dieter with the black bob, huge eyes, towering heels and immense voice is both the star and the MC of this saucy, spectacular cabaret variety show. There’s live rock band Die Vier on stage and a tremend...

Review: Séayoncé- Déjà Vodoo at Assembly George Square

To begin, Namaslay. It’s only right to honour Séayoncé’s respectful practice. Charmingly pun-tastic Séayoncé uses her incredible powers as a medium and altruist to help us all stop being such pieces of sh*t-c*...

Review: Georgia Tasda’s School of Magic at CC Blooms

Obscene, garish and hysterically funny Georgia Tasda serves up a bizarre and fantastical set with her tape worm familair and luckless rat queen lover. Turning the basement of CC Blooms (“Did you know this ...

Review: Rouge at Underbelly Circus Hub

‘Rouge’ is circus for grown-ups. Not only is it super sultry and laden in gorgeous acrobatic and aerial choreography, but it's also a sexy, slick celebration and empowering spectacle. Boasting an eclectic g...
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 ...
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