Thursday, 14 July 2011

Caca milis Cabaret comes to Dublin

Get down to Full Moon for the fabulous, eclectic and always worth watching Summer Cabaret.
Where: Pearse Centre Theatre in The Pearse Centre Theatre, 27 Pearse St, beside the Trinity Capitol Hotel.
When: Friday 15 July at 8:30
10 Euro in, includes wine in the garden first

The Cáca Milis Cabaret, usually a monthly event at the Wexford Arts Centre, has been cutting edges round the South-East for over two years now, delivering a monthly evening of the arts dubbed “post-modern vaudeville”. Certainly, with its mix of music, dance, comedy, spoken word, mime, theatre, short film and even, apparently, the proverbial dog act – it’s not far off.

The Cabaret is coordinated by Helena Mulkerns, who sings classic cabaret songs and presents a blend of emerging acts alongside established performers.
A great line up so far in the centre’s bijou theatre, including comedy from Paul Tylack, burlesque fantasy spectacular from Ms. Azaria Starfire, music from Elder Roche and the Poisoned Hearts, Poetry from Patrick Chapman and Sarah Maria Griffen, Claire Dix’s short film “Free Chips Forever,” Irish chanteuse Caitriona O’Leary; Wexford’s Anne Nagle and more.

1 comment:

Totalfeckineejit said...

woulda loven to go to this!