Friday, March 30, 2012

Gillian Cosgriff joins us

Following a very successful season at Chapel off Chapel in December, Gillian Cosgriff is bringing her show "Waitressing... and Other Things I Do Well" back to Chapel off Chapel as part of the Comedy Festival for two nights only, April 13 & 14. Gillian joins us for a chat. And we're going to play some classic Barbra Streisand numbers and a couple of tracks by Anthony Warlow.

Friday, March 23, 2012

Kelfi & Fikel, The Bad Boys of Music Theatre, Pyramids & Pimms, Andrew Doyle

It's a packed show tomorrow night. We talk to Kelfi and Fikel who are at The Butterfly Club for the next few weeks. We'll also chat to The Bad Boys of Music Theatre who are Not Quite Right in the Head (at Chapel off Chapel), and Lay-lah and Davina from Pyramid and Pimms, who are also at The Butterfly Club. Plus Andrew Doyle is popping in to tell us about Cabaret for Camp Quality at Red Bennies on Wednesday 28th March. Join us!!

Friday, March 16, 2012

Jade Leonard, Trevor Jones and Christopher Green

Jade Leonard and Trevor Jones are combining their considerable talents for a show at The Butterfly Club called The Greatest Medley of all Time. They will join us in the studio. Christopher Green is bringing his wonderfully outrageous character, Tina C (pictured), to the Malthouse stage for the very first time. The show is called Sorry Seems to be the Hardest Word. Christopher is also coming in for a chat. And we'll throw in a few David Campbell tracks.

Friday, March 9, 2012

Josie Lane, Guy Love and Emma Dean

Josie Lane is bringing Josie in the Bathhouse to The Famous Spiegel Season. Nick Renfree-Marks and Josh Ellwood (pictured) are exploring Guy Love at the Butterfly Club. And Emma Dean and Jake Diefenbach are presenting An End to Dreaming at Bella Union. Josie and Emma are phoning us, and Nick and Josh are joining us in the studio. Join us Sunday at 9pm.

Friday, March 2, 2012

Backwards Anorak and Male Burlesque star Raven

Vincent Milesi and Michelle Brasier (pictured) are recent graduates from the Ballarat Arts Academy. They call themselves Backwards Anorak and they are presenting "A Hip Hikers Guide to the Galaxy" at the Butterfly Club. Raven is studying at the National Institute of Circus Arts and is one of the progenitors of Male Burlesque in Australia. He's part of Homoexotica which is being launched at Red Bennies on Sunday 11 March. And we'll play some tracks by Melody Gardot and David Harris.