Now in its 17th year, the Adelaide Cabaret Festival brings together artists from all over the world, for 13 huge nights featuring some of the most outrageous, raw, fun and fierce performances around.

The Regional Roadshow brings some Festival favourites on the road to you, featuring amazing acts of musical prowess, comedy and character-fuelled performances supported by a great band and a vivacious host. This is also your chance to experience your region’s 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.

Come enjoy the glitz, soak up the glamour, drink in the frivolity and get involved with this year’s Cabaret Festival Roadshow!

Photo: Claude Raschella

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.

Adelaide Cabaret Festival Roadshow 2017 is sponsored by

  • Adelaide Cabaret Festival Logo
  • Adelaide Festival Centre Logo
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