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Opening Gala

7pm Tue 20 June


Australia's Boys of Motown

6:30pm Wed 21 to Sun 25 June

Queen of Broadway – The Ethel Merman Story

7pm Wed 21 to Sun 25 June

Ginger and Tonic: For Love or Money

8:30pm Wed 21 to Sun 25 June


2pm Sat 24 & Sun 25 June

Doll by Babushka Cabaret

4:30pm Sat 24 & Sun 25 June

Put the Blame on Mame

5pm Sat 24 & Sun 25 June

You're My World - The Cilla Black Story

6:30pm Tue 27 June to Sat 1 July

Blue:The Songs of Joni Mitchell

7pm Tue 27 June to Sat 1 July

Cyrens – The Songs of Cy Coleman

8:30pm Tue 27 June to Sat 1 July

Dolly Diamond: The Lady is a Tramp

9pm Tue 27 June to Sat 1 July

It's not me, It's Lou

4:30pm Sat 1 & Sun 2 July


5pm Sat 1 & Sun 2 July

Dolly Diamond’s Closing Night Cabaret

7pm Sun 2 July



Up With Joey (Los Angeles)
America’s Favourite Rollerblading Lounge Act

In the USA Joe Sehee has worked with Jack Black, Will Ferrell and Wayne Newton. He now brings his wacky rollerblading lounge act (think Richard Cheese with a dash of Neil Armstrong) and flamboyant band to Alex Theatre, St Kilda.

Told through the unique perspective of a former Jesuit lay minister and comedic performance artist, UP WITH JOEY is a testament to what can happen when one musters the courage to reach for the stars with little regard for the ground below.

Alex Theatre, Level 1, 135 Fitzroy Street, St Kilda
8.15pm Friday 19, Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 June
Book here


Speak Easy (New York / Japan / Perth)
This massive award-winning show comes to us from Perth and includes two international guest artists.

Mat Jodrell (trumpet, New York) has performed in many world-famous jazz clubs in New York City, toured internationally and has collaborated with many ensembles and jazz icons.

Aside from a formidable jazz background, James Cross (trombone, Tokyo) has extensive musical theatre experience, including performing with Tony award winning Broadway star Faith Prince, and Australia's own Phantom of the Opera, Anthony Warlow.

For Speak Easy, they form part of the nine-piece Perth Cabaret Collective, who with Jessie Gordon and Nick Maclaine will take you to the Jazz Age, the Roaring Twenties, a world of hedonistic pleasure where anything is possible.

Chapel Off Chapel, 12 Little Chapel Street, Prahran
7.00pm Friday 26 and Saturday 27 June
Book here


Not Dead Yet (London)
At 80, it won’t come as a surprise that award-winning Lynn-Ruth Miller is the oldest performer in this year’s festival. We take this to mean she’s got the meatiest tales to tell. Check her out in this video.

The Butterfly Club, Carson Place, CBD (off Little Collins St)
Various times, Wednesday 24 to Saturday 27 June
Book here