Reviews: Cabaret


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: Seen and Heard at Underbelly Cowgate

From the winner of the Best Cabaret award at Melbourne Fringe 2017, Seen and Heard is a glitter filled expression of female sexuality, packed full of burlesque storytelling. Stripping never felt so wholesome. ...

Review: Kate Dimbleby: Sing Happy at Frankenstein’s Pub

Have you ever wished your everyday life could be more like a musical? Well, Kate Dimbleby is making a go of it with her new show, Sing Happy.  Ready to go, with her studio equipment balancing on literal iron b...

Review: Hot Brown Honey at Gilded Balloon Teviot

Few times have I felt that theatre has changed my life, but this has to be one of them. Hot Brown Honey is a celebration of individualism, equality and the right to stand up for what you believe in. “Fuck the ...

Review: Briefs: Close Encounters at Assembly Hall

Briefs are back with a new show that is like nothing we’ve seen from them before. An unapologetic and politically charged piece of performance art, Close Encounters features all you could want from any burlesqu...
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