Each year, the Butterfly Club hosts over 1100 performances and the Spring curated program is a selection of the best cabaret, theatre, storytelling and burlesque shows over the Spring months of September, October and November. Accompanying each show is a custom cocktail that was inspired by the show.
In the hilarious sequel to Auditions: A Cabaret, three musical directors come together to share the worst audition stories that they have had to endure. Making for a hilarious and awkward hour long production.
Beware! If you don't like shows with audience participation, then this isn't the show for you as Mummy Num Nums, a saucy comedy doyenne, will throw the audience into a variety of situations. If it is, then get ready for a sexy comedy unscripted party!
In this intimate gig/theatre work by Lisa Crawley (she's opened for John Mayer and played alongside Pete Murray), Elisabeth features original indie-pop songs and stories of late night stints playing piano in Melbourne's hidden hotel bars.
Ugly Duckling is a cabaret style reimagining of the literary fairytale "The Ugly Duckling", where duckie, performed by Karla Hillam, is a D grade celebrity hoping that a mixture of social media, travelling, surgery and feathers will help to transform her into a beautiful swan and fulfil her self appointed birth right! It is the perfect cabaret for a fabulous night out with the girls
In this comedy Ophelia Sol invites the audience to the baby shower of the year, where the spectacular birth of the most fantastic and talented supernatural being will be born. And in a world that competes for perfection, the Unicorn Mermaid is of course more wonderful than other child.
Lou is a millennial and as a result 'entitled, lazy and too connected to the internet.' And in this musical comedy, she does what any self respecting millennial who is looking for the easy route would do - use the internet to turn 8 real life Facebook statuses into 8 songs! Brilliant
In a production that seems much more suited to the Opera House than a tiny theater, Evan Lever, celebrates the musical genius of Charles Aznavour and features his most iconic hits including For Me Formidable, Yesterday When I Was Young, and La Boheme.
In a world that is concerned with sex, Nikki is somewhat of a standout, she doesn't want your tits or your bits. You see Nikki is asexual and in this piece, she explores all things "A" in the rainbow. Making for the perfect opportunity to just sit and listen to the interesting experiences that Nikki has had.
Written and performed by Benn Bennett, Sarah Ward and Bec Matthews, Occasional Suburban Witch pays homage to the suburban witch through bewitching voices and lyrics that will be stuck in your head for weeks.