Summer is coming to a close so it’s time to kick up your heels and celebrate the season in true Melbourne fashion, with a night of cabaret. Annie Louey will have you in stitches as she guides you through an evening of dynamic performances from Satta, The Titwitchez and Diimpa. You have two chances to catch this amazing line up. On Friday 18th March, Cabaretica will be at the Brunswick Neighbourhood House at 7pm and La Mama Courthouse at 10 pm. Send out the Summer and welcome the cool Autumn change with a glass of bubbles and some incredible entertainment.
“Cabaretica is a … bundle of entertainment” – Stage Whispers
Annie Louey (MC)
Annie is a multi-talented comedian and presenter who moves seamlessly between television, radio and stage. She appears regularly on China Tonight (ABC TV) and can be heard on Breakfast with Sammy J (ABC Radio Melbourne). Annie recently received a Moosehead Award to support her Comedy Festival show in 2022.
Image credit: Nick Walters
The Titwitchez are a local queer comedy coven. They do witchcraft and physical theatre.
Pronouns: Emily is they/them and Liv is they/she
Image credit: Yufan Jo Chen
Satta is a singer/song-writer and pianist from Melbourne, Australia. Singing in utero and playing piano since age 7; her work has been compared to Sara Bareilles, Alicia Keys and Missy Higgins. Satta’s songs are designed to delight your auditory nerves, whilst drawing out the introspective nature of the listener. Enjoy!
Image credit: Packing Light
Eclectic and esoteric, Diimpa is an avant composer, soundscape weaver and sonic wizard. He works and takes inspiration from classical, minimalist, experimental, jazz and blues worlds. Diimpa has played at Meredith Music Festival, the Melbourne International Arts Festival, and was a Music Victoria’s ‘Best Experimental/Avant-garde Act 2019’ nominee.
Image credit: Tiffany Garvie
Relaxed Performance: Friday 18th, 7 pm at Brunswick Neighbourhood House please see here for more information about the venue.
Visual rating 50%: Events are partly subtitled or include dialogue, background music and/or sounds, so d/Deaf and hard of hearing audiences can have some engagement with the event.
Aural Rating 50%: Has both sound and visual components, but sight isn’t essential to be able to engage with the event.