Sing out the Summer season with a stunning variety line up of cabaret artists.

Join us for an unforgettable night of cabaret at the gorgeous La Mama Courthouse as we celebrate all that Summer has to offer.


A red nose clown creature in red pants and a floral jacket stands upright. She is on a stage with toilet paper hanging on the wall behind. Her facial expression is pursed and sincere as she talks to the audience.


Pauline Sherlock is living her second… or third? childhood. She is a performing artist delving into a variety of styles from singer songwriter, clown, character, and the grotesque to jazz, stand-up and musical comedy. For this show she brings DAISY, a clown creature from the deep primordial forest. 

Penny has purple hair and raises a leg like taking an exagerrated step, with arms outstretched to either side. She is wearing a back bikini top, fishnets and knee high black boots, and is against a pink background.

Penny Drops

They say finding a Penny is lucky – honey, luck’s got nothing to do with it.

Singing, dancing, sultry and entrancing, Penny Drops mixes mischief and poise, coquettish charm with dark passion. Devilish looks, angelic sound – if you’re in for a Penny, you’re in for a pound.

Maude Davey and Ruth Katerelos

Maude Davey and Ruth Katerelos

Maude Davey and Ruth Katerelos – actors, singers and storytellers. Enjoy a few numbers from their Goddesses of Jazz show – celebrating some of the female performers who made our spirits soar; whose songs drove themselves into our hearts. 

Two young men are pictured side by side. The man on the left is in black and white, with a black suit jacket and a white, old-timey stiff collared shirt. He is buttoning his shirt. The man on the right is in color, looking upward to the left. He has lots of makeup on. He wears a pink frilly shirt and a black leather harness, and a pearl necklace. The photo has been graffitied in sharpie with mustaches and devil horns.

Silly Little Men

Hailing from the fantastical vaudevillian scene of the Rue-De-Dandenong, Silly Little Men are the dazzling and awe-inspiring double act starring plucky up-and-comer Florian Wild, and Continental sensation Gay Ol’ Night. These two gents present a slice of their stellar sensation show, filled with songs sure to delight the most sour of audiences. 

Curator: Isabel Knight

Image by Darren Gill

Access Information:

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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