Robyn Archer's show Mother Archer's Cabaret for Dark Times was musically satisfying and conceptually brilliant.
Tim Minchin shows yet again that he is an artist at the top of his game with his inspired, witty and moving cabaret show BACK.
The editors of Limelight share their selection of the most exciting classical music, opera and theatre events coming soon.
The award-winning producer, casting director and Chair of the Hayes Theatre Co, Lisa Campbell, pays tribute to the amateur dramatics company where she became smitten with musicals, and her father’s love of piano.
After the frustrations of 2020, Amy Campbell has a big year in 2021. She is Resident Director on Hamilton, Movement Director on Once, and will unveil a production of A Chorus Line, complete with brand new choreography.
Adelaide Cabaret Festival’s new Artistic Director talks COVID and connection.
Artistic Director Alan Cumming unveils the full program for the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, describing it as his personal "cabaret love letter" to Australia.
The new Melbourne venue will offer eclectic programming from Kate Ceberano to Dustyesky to David Helfgott, with an immersive La Bohème on the horizon.
Jo Litson talks to producer Michael Cassel and two cast members about creating a distinctly Australian-looking production of Hamilton, and why that’s so important.
Simon Gleeson, Natalie O’Donnell and Callum Francis are heading to Launceston for this year’s festival.
The Hayes is back on the boards with a genre-defying concert.
New AD Alan Cumming presents a taster of his full line-up (to be announced next March), with his own new cabaret show closing the festival.
The versatile performer will take the reins of the 2021 program after the Festival's move to an online season this year.