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Dracula’s to close after 37 years

By Jayden Forster MELBOURNE’S iconic vampire-themed cabaret venue, Dracula’s, announced on Tuesday that it would have its final curtain call on December […]

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Review: Bourbon St to Broadway

If coming out midweek to see an intimate cabaret show is not normally your cup of tea, you might just change your […]

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Interview: Russ Vickery and Matthew Parsons

Christian chats to Russ Vickery and Matthew Parsons about their Melbourne premier season of My Other Closet, The Cabaret, a show based on […]

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Review: Roulston & Young: Songs for Lovers (And Other Idiots)

London comedy duo Roulston & Young come straight from the Adelaide Cabaret Festival to Melbourne’s Butterfly Club, to deliver an hour of […]

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Review: Songs for Jack

A sentimental, simple show that truly comes from the heart   Songs for Jack is a show that transports you to the […]

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Interview: Scott Hollingsworth & Joshua Fielding

Hosts Beth and Talisse were joined in the studio with SCOTT HOLLINGSWORTH & JOSHUA FIELDING from Performance Management – In Cabaret. Scott shares how Performance Management […]

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Review: Yeti’s Demon Dive Bar

Lauren reviews Melbourne International Comedy Festival show Yeti’s Demon Dive Bar – which stars comedy duo Jennifer Byrne and Vicky Falconer-Pritchard

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Interview: Jennifer Byrne & Vicky Falconner-Pritchard MICF

Hosts Will & Ben (not the flowerpot men) chat to the comedic duo behind YETI’S: Demon Dive Bar – Jennifer Byrne and Vicky Falconer-Pritchard. […]

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Phillip Lee Curtis: …and why do I care?

Coming out and losing half your body weight to a tummy tuck: hosts Lucy and Will chat to Phillip Lee Curtis about […]

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Stephanie Teitelbaum: Wet Cement at Melbourne Fringe

Andrew Kelso and Christian Tsoutsouvas chat to Stephanie Teitelbaum about her Melbourne Fringe Festival show Wet Cement, a cabaret exploring being half-arsed.