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Friday 17 April 2015
Arts Comedy Theatre

lady sings it better: review

Eliza Graves-Browne
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Lady Sings It Better is an impressive cabaret group of four women, who are performing in Melbourne as part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, that deliver a clever mix of musical talent and entertainment, with underlying feminist themes and hard-hitting pop culture critiques. The ladies, Maeve Marsden, Libby Wood, Annaliese Szota, and Fiona Pearson,…
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Wednesday 7 January 2015
Arts Music Theatre

the misadventures of miss bouzy rouge

lip magazine
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    After a successful season premiere at Melbourne’s The Butterfly Club, hit cabaret show, The Misadventures of Miss Bouzy Rouge, is back for another rollicking good time from Thursday 8th, Friday 10th and  Sunday 11th of January. Written and performed by Sarah Goussé, and accompanied by  Daniele Buatti, this one woman show explores universal themes…
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Tuesday 8 July 2014
Arts Comedy Theatre

theatre review: glamping with bobby and the pins

Emma Breheny
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  Showing at The Butterfly Club from 3-6 July, female barbershop quartet Bobby and The Pins are making their theatre debut with Glamping, an hour-long jaunt through the wilderness and a score of old-school barbershop favourites. There’s also plenty of dick jokes and the typical highs and lows that come when friends are pushed to the…
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Tuesday 1 July 2014
Arts Comedy Theatre

new cabaret brings glamping to the people, 1950′s style

Emma Breheny
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    The singing and dancing ladies of Bobby & The Pins have been thrust from their comfort zone into the bush, but they’re determined to keep camping classy. Melbourne;’s female cabaret quartet, Bobby & The Pins, are creatures of comfort who take inspiration from the 1950′s and the era’s stereotypical ‘lady of leisure’. Their forthcoming…
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Friday 14 March 2014
Arts Comedy Culture Theatre

theatre review: cut snake

Jess Oliver
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Cut Snake is an award-winning, Australian theatre production presented in Canberra by Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres, Canberra Youth Theatre and You Are Here; and produced by independent theatre company, ARTHUR. Combining cabaret, slapstick, acrobatics and sock puppetry, Cut Snake is a funny, poignant and wonderfully physical story about growing old, dying young and being extraordinary:…
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Thursday 19 September 2013
Art Arts Culture Featured Feminism Music Theatre

interview: maeve marsden, lady sings it better

Marissa Paine
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Kicking off its run at the Melbourne Fringe Festival later this month, Lady Sings it Better is blackcat productions’ pièce de résistance. The performance sees a troupe of 4 women ‘take on the western world’s most famous male musicians and reinvent them as hilarious, high energy cabaret‘. Ginuwine’s Pony, AC/DC’s You Shook Me All Night…
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Tuesday 20 August 2013
Art Arts Theatre

‘bijou’: a gem of a cabaret set to debut in canberra

Grace Carroll
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    We have all heard the saying ‘a picture is worth 1000 words’. For Canberra-based theatre veteran Chrissie Shaw, this rang true a few years ago during a visit to a Melbourne art gallery. There Shaw was struck by a black-and-white photograph, Madame Bijou in the Bar de la Lune, Paris (1932).  This image set her…
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