A glamorous evening of comedy, song, dance, and theatre.
The Adelaide Cabaret Festival Roadshow brings some of the best of the Adelaide Cabaret Festival line up directly to Pt Pirie and Port Lincoln for one evening only. Featuring performers handpicked by artistic directors Ali McGregor and Eddie Perfect, the character-fuelled performances are supported by a great band and entertaining host. Put on your finest and enjoy an unforgettable night seated on stage at the Northern Festival Centre or Nautilus Arts Centre.
You will also get to experience emerging young talent through the local recipient of this year’s Nathaniel O’Brien Class of Cabaret Scholarship!
Prepare yourself for a night of fun, high-energy, songs, stories and sequins.
Joining the line-up this year are:
- Comedy music trio Tripod
- Comedian Eddie Bannon (host)
- Actor and Musician Cameron Goodall (Sydney Theatre Company, The Audreys)
- Cabaret performers Mark Jones & Melissa Langton
- Burlesque artist and vintage dance specialist Sapphire Snow
Come enjoy the glitz, soak up the glamour, drink in the frivolity and get involved with this year’s Cabaret Festival Roadshow!
- 1 double pass to a select 2017 Adelaide Cabaret Festival show
- 1 double pass to the Backstage Club
- Food & drink vouchers to redeem at Adelaide Cabaret Festival
- 1 night’s accommodation for two people at the InterContinental Adelaide
Please note: Gillian Cosgriff was originally scheduled to appear in the Adelaide Cabaret Festival Roadshow but had to withdraw due to medical reasons. We wish her a speedy recovery and welcome Burlesque artist Sapphire Snow as her replacement.
CALLING ALL BUDDING CABARET STARS!
Applications for the 2018 Nathaniel O’Brien Class of Cabaret Scholarship are now open to students in years 10 & 11 from Port Pirie and Port Lincoln and surrounding regions.
The successful applicants will perform at the Adelaide Cabaret Roadshow in their respective region in May 2017.
YOUR CHANCE TO PERFORM AT THE ROADSHOW
Visit adelaidecabaretfestival.com.au for more information.
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