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New cabaret celebrates bohemian icon Vali Myers

And Then You Go – The Vali Myers Project is premiering at the 2022 Adelaide Cabaret Festival.

A gender diverse group of cabaret artists.
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Creating COVID-safe audience participation on stage

How does an artform that’s reliant on intimacy and audience participation adapt to COVID-safe protocols?

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Why classic cabaret still resonates

The 1930s remains a source of fascination for contemporary artists – why does the era keep drawing us back?

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How to make your tour greener

A new toolkit will help performing arts companies reduce the environmental impact of their tours.

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Nostalgia meets future: nurturing cabaret

The 2022 Adelaide Cabaret Festival has a focus on Australian multiculturalism and nostalgia, and a commitment to growing the artform.

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fortyfivedownstairs plans to stick around despite development woes

The multi-arts space is threatened by a neighbouring development but has no plans to call it quits.

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10 years of bringing art into everyday lives

The Junction Arts Festival team reflect on the festival’s past, present and future at Artlands 2021.

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How festivals are coming out of COVID

After 2020’s postponements, festivals are back with a renewed focus on the local, exciting audiences across the nation.

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Inspiration during isolation: The long-term benefits of artist residencies

From playful figures to bathtub performances, artists are using the intense residencies of their past to create unexpected new works…

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Can you have a sustainable career in cabaret?

Artists and artistic directors discuss the cabaret sector’s state of health, and offer advice for career development and sustainability.

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