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Get up close & personal with Briefs The bootylicious boys of Briefs are set to entice in their latest show, Close Encounters, at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival. Combining the traditions of circus, the extremities of physical theatre, the artistry of drag, the bravado of burlesque, the debauchery of speakeasies and the showmanship of cabaret, Briefs director/performer and host Fez Faanana says that Adelaide audiences are in for a spaced-out treat. “There is definitely an element of tease in the show,’’ he says. “There is nowhere to go if you kick off the show in your jocks –  and besides we have far too many stunning costumes to get through.’’ Read our full Q&A with Faanana here. Cabaret last hurrah The 2017 Adelaide Cabaret Festival is coming to an end this weekend, but there’s still time to catch some fabulous shows. Shows not to miss include: Lady Rizo in Multiplied – her show all about the baby bubble of new motherhood , Magic Mirrors Spiegeltent, June 22-24. Adelaide favourite, Le Gateau Chocolat, pours his heart out in his beautiful, highly personal show, Black, which is showing the Dunstan Playhouse from June 22 to 23. Catherine Alcorn is another Cabaret fave and her epic new show, Cathartic, is as bold and sassy as ever. Don’t miss Alcorn in the Space Theatre from June 23 to 24. For more Adelaide Cabaret shows visit Bass. Bookings Bass: 131 246 Rock star antics with Tessa Release your inner rock legend with Tessa Waters – trained physical performer, award-winning comedian and the undisputed queen of stupidity and buffoonery in How To Be A Rockstar! Plus, join us between the first and second show for our free kids craft activities – you can make your own rock star microphone. How To Be A Rock Star, Space Theatre, Saturday, July 8. Bookings Bass: 131 246
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