Come to the Cabaret!

Cabaret is designed to be a complete entertainment experience which includes spectacular décor, eating and drinking with friends in a casual and relaxed atmosphere.

The concept began in France in 1881 with The Black Cat Cabaret, followed a few years later by the famous Moulin Rouge.

Cabaret spread to Holland, Germany and Poland where the acts interspersed comedy with acts specialising in social comment, political satire and gallows humour. In the US, Cabaret nurtured the newly forming, then underground, musical style we know as Jazz.

To tell us about the Adelaide Cabaret Fringe Festival is Catherine Campbell, performer, teacher, and organiser, and she spoke to Tim Brunero about the Festival.

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