THE familiar stage at Tilley’s will come to life again tomorrow with song, dance and comedy in “Cabaret”.
Performers from Canberra and interstate are coming together to support the event, raising money for programs of the AIDS Action Council of the ACT.
Canberrans who missed Chrissie Shaw’s show “Bijou” can catch her at “Cabaret”, which also features winners of 666 ABC’s competition, ‘Sparrow Folk,’ who will be performing of their quirky and endearing sung commentary on the world.
In town will be comic Bobby Macumber, a star in seasons at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Raw Comedy, Adelaide Fringe Festival and Melbourne Fringe Festival.
Locals include QWIRE, Johnno Davis, Flangelina Jolie and Poppi Button.
AIDS Action Council Communications manager Joanne Fricker says, “I can’t wait to share CABARET with Canberrans. It will be a high energy, entertaining night and we aim to raise much needed funds to continue growing our programs that support the thousands of people impacted by HIV in Canberra today”.
The organisation’s strategic plan, she say, is aiming at increased and diverse support for people fundraising events planned, of which “Cabaret” is the first” will be an important part of that.
“Cabaret”, at Tilley’s, Wattle Street Lyneham, 7.30pm September 21, Tickets $80, bookings to trybooking.com/DKCT