Posted by EF
18. Jul, 2012
|July 20, 2012|
Did you know Melbourne used to be called Bear Brass? Sometimes I think about being called a Bear Brassian instead of a Melburnian. Don’t get me started on if we’d been called Batmania.
Other times I think about doing new things, and that includes cabaret. As part of the Melbourne Cabaret Festival the Caravan of the Bear is bringing, quote, un-quote “erotic turns of transformation, enchanted creatures of the air, flights of fancy, sirens of song, incredible human feats, and of course, magic and wonderment.”
Even if two of those things happen it will be worthy of the name Bear Brass.
WHEN: Wed 18 to Sat 21 July. Doors open 7pm, showtime 8pm
WHERE: Red Bennies, Level 1, 373 Chapel Street, South Yarra
Tickets: $20 presale; $25 on the door
Milk Bar's review of the fab adults only cabaret show Absinthe.
Our chat with the two beautiful German aerial hoop performers Laura von Bongard and Luka Clayburn from Absinthe.
South Yarra's Il Forno has reopened and is better than ever!
An old pawn shop becomes a bar where everything's for sale - from cocktails and record players to recliners.
Davis Yu's new restaurant opens today, serving retro Asian dishes with a healthy dash of humour. And a neon tiger.