Celebrate the end of 2023 in style with Melbourne’s hottest cabaret acts.
Whether you are gearing up for the silly season or taking it slow over the Holiday period our show is for you.
Celebrating all things 2023 with a glass of something bubbly and some of Melbourne’s best cabaret performers.
It’s our last show for 2023, so come along!
Curator: Isabel Knight
Image by Darren Gill
Goddess Naavikaran is a club & theatre producer and musician from India, based in Naarm (Melbourne). Her work creates and supports magic, narrative, community whilst building platforms through story and activism. She is also the co-producer of Mothprocess, Melbourne’s very own access driven club night for BIPOC, disabled and queer folk.
Naavikaran’s debut album, Brown Church is available on all streaming platforms. Her pronouns are she and they.
Acclaimed spoken word legend, published poet, and cabaret starlet Amy Bodossian has been captivating audiences for over 15 years with the striking combination of whimsy, wit, irreverence and profound sensitivity that has made her one of Melbourne’s most beloved performers. She’s appeared on ABC’s Spicks and Specks and Please Like Me, performed at major festivals across Australia, and headlined all of Melbourne’s top poetry events. She’s been nominated for a Green Room Award and won the 2017 Melbourne Spoken Word Convenor’s Choice Award.
‘There isn’t a pigeonhole in existence that could possibly hold Amy Bodossian. No warning, no apologies.’ – FINGER MAGAZINE
Georgie George and Rosie Rai
Rosie Rai is a trained jazz pianist, self-styled queer disco-pop songwriter and party-starting DJ. When not recording, producing and mixing her own music, Rosie is an in demand session keys player and DJ, with 2022 seeing her perform at a heap of bucket list venues, including the Sydney Opera House, ABC studios for Triple J’s Like A Version, and Splendour in the Grass. She is a current member of Miiesha’s (BRIS) touring band.
Georgie George is an emerging singer, songwriter, and theatre-maker originally from Tasmania. Their past performances include Trans Magic at Melbourne Fringe 2018, Broken River at La Mama 2019, La Mama Theatre Caberetica 2020, and the touring main stage production; Gender Euphoria.
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.
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