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Anya Anastasia: Rogue Romantic

Anya Anastasia: Rogue Romantic

Feisty, feminist, fierce. Multi award-winning, internationally acclaimed cabaret femme fatale Anya Anastasia has gone rogue! Armed with a biting wit, a lust for revenge and her kick-ass all-female band. A seductive and exhilarating night of hilarious physical comedy and intense audience interaction. Experience the extravagance, glamour and chaos of this off-kilter diva at the hottest cabaret party in town. Channeling Yma Sumac and Shirley Bassey, Anastasia's vocals range from husky cabaret to Continue Reading

Reuben Kaye

Reuben Kaye

Best Cabaret Winner Adelaide Fringe 2017. Obscenely intelligent, beautifully filthy, and rib-crackingly funny, Australia's Cabaret superstar Reuben Kaye is what happens when you tell your children they can be anything. Backed by the best three piece band in the business, 'the evil love child of Liza Minnelli and Jim Carrey' (BritishTheatreGuide.info) is a dazzling explosion of songs, lashes and teeth... Deliciously conceited and gloriously camp. 'Kaye's delivery is flawless' Continue Reading

Ensemble SU: The Party

Ensemble SU: The Party

This quintet crosses international boundaries with its blend of Korean traditional instruments (strings and percussion) and western instruments (cello and piano). Since 2010, Ensemble SU has been touring internationally bringing their unique blend of contemporary and classical music to world stages. These musical storytellers take you on a journey through time and space to celebrate Korean culture during the Fringe. This music performance is part of the third Korean Season. Continue Reading

The Birthday Game With Daniel Norcross

The Birthday Game With Daniel Norcross

Ever woken up in the night screaming at the revelation that Bruno Tonioli is 61 and wondered what happened to your life? Daniel Norcross has. Join the BBC Test Match Special commentator as he revives this cult internet hit. Two teams of comedians battle it out to guess the ages of the world's biggest (and smallest) personalities, and discover who is in denial of their encroaching mortality. The show which asks the most important of all questions: How old is Uri Geller? The Cheeky Girls? Or that Continue Reading

Dancing With the Star – Movin\' With Melvin!

Dancing With the Star – Movin' With Melvin!

Tap into health! A rare, unmissable opportunity to dance with one of the world's most engaging performers. Dubbed one of the last great song and dance men of American tradition, it's impossible not to shake your hips when in the presence of Movin' Melvin Brown. He takes participants through a low-impact, high-energy fun workout, teaching you to tap to music and workout at the same time. Melvin says 'If you can walk, you can tap!' All ages and levels welcome! 'Light on his feet, Melvin's upbeat Continue Reading

John Hegley: Peace, Love and Potatoes

John Hegley: Peace, Love and Potatoes

Keats, Daleks, soot, belief, osmosis and 'compassionate autobiographical poems and correspondence between family members' (Poetry London). Verses spoken and sung. Hearts broken and repaired. Devised for adults, but tolerable to some 10-year-olds (and 9-year-olds in glasses). 'Scandalously talented' (Sunday Times). 'Awesomely mundane' (Independent). Limited run – nine dates only – book early! Continue Reading

Arlene! The Glitz. The Glamour. The Gossip.

Arlene! The Glitz. The Glamour. The Gossip.

Freddie Mercury. Whitney Houston. Elton John. Starlight Express. We Will Rock You. Annie. Hot Gossip... The list goes on and on. Arlene Phillips has been an inimitable choreographer and director for over four decades. Since creating the provocative dance group Hot Gossip in the 1970s, Arlene has been a household name. Whether you know Arlene from the many dance extravaganzas or as the toughest judge on Strictly Come Dancing, prepare to be surprised and entertained as Arlene gossips with Jacquie Continue Reading

Up the Hill Jackie

Up the Hill Jackie

Jackie is pregnant. Her sister Rita is forcing her to have an abortion. Is it too late to fix things? Dark, humorous, fast-paced Irish drama from the playwright of five-star Kitty in the Lane. Performed by Áine Ryan and Erin Ryan. Praise for Kitty in the Lane: ‘Ryan writes beautifully’ (Stage). ‘An exceptionally promising first piece’ (San Francisco Chronicle). Continue Reading

Sofie Hagen: Dead Baby Frog

Sofie Hagen: Dead Baby Frog

Sofie Hagen won an award ages ago and she's still banging on about it. She is now doing her THIRD show. The confidence of this girl is appalling. This show is about anger and a funeral. This gig is anxiety-safe: meaning, if you have anxiety over attending my show, email me at anxietytour2016@gmail.com and let me know what I can do to help. Maybe you want to reserve a specific seat? Maybe you want to ask a question? Either way, let's talk. I'll do my best to help. Continue Reading

Show Me the Money

Show Me the Money

After six years of austerity, is it even possible to be an artist and make enough money for luxuries like bread? Show Me the Money is a funny, inspirational show by multimedia artist Paula Varjack looking at how artists manage to support their creative dreams. Using a blend of documentary-style interviews with live performance, Varjack lifts the lid on what artists do to make ends meet. In doing so, Show Me the Money provides a painfully honest, yet ultimately optimistic portrait of life in Continue Reading

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