As Le Gateau Chocolat adds and removes costume layers in front of the audience he dons a mask in order to reveal his true self.
You are dazed, mesmerised and then…. it only gets better!
The show delves into how we live online versus how we live in real life, the importance of updating your relationship status and the art of Facebook stalking, among other things.
I wished I could have lived in Michael’s world for a bit longer, but unfortunately we all have to grow up some time.
Aside from the fact that she is incredibly musically gifted, her easy-going, lightly self-deprecating humour draws the audience in and leaves them audibly sighing for more. Literally.
Bourgeois and Maurice strike exactly the right balance between light entertainment and cultural critique.
Griffiths is not merely a musician capable of making a song his own, but an actor able to embody a character; a performer able possess a stage and seamlessly carry an audience back-and-forth between heartfelt and hilarious.
Mojo Juju is an all round class act: this is a perfect date night activity, or dress-up event.
Lady Rizo isn’t afraid to call it how she sees it, but what does she have to say about Christina Aguilera? Find out!
What does one do with a Child Prodigy Midget Accordion? Heckler finds out!
Simone Page Jones is an opera singer, cabaret star and, with Miles O’Neil, is performing as Miles and Simone for the Adelaide CabFest – we asked her 10 Quick Questions!
Carla has a vibrant stage presence and a playful affinity for the risqué. She is honest enough to share in her ambitions and insecurities, and cheeky enough to drop a pianist joke.
Girl Who Won’t Grow Up is surprisingly quirky and refreshingly unique; a top-notch show from an emerging local talent.
Nadeah: Venus Get Even is like a night on bad drugs.
Paris Wells is the most well known, unknown musician in Australia.