The talented Jennifer Kingwell brings together a hand picked cast of the finest cabaret, burlesque, comedy and sideshow artists from the Adelaide Fringe to the Speigel Zelt, Gluttony for the Glitter & Doom Salon. A salon that is indeed filled with glitter and doom.
The 18 and over late night, Tom Wait's inspired show comes to Adelaide from the Edinburgh Fringe.
The show contained an audience's worst nightmare, audience participation. Some much more involved than others, but I will leave that one as a surprise.
Top tip for audience participation: don't try to avoid eye contact, it does not work and then you have to think about your own name for longer then you should have to.
Jennifer Kingwell is a wonderful host and set the mood for the night of Glitter and Doom.
Lisa Lottie preformed some amazing acrobatics all while hula hooping. If I had even attempted that their would have been injuries to all who were in the vicinity.
Bradley Storer and Jennifer Kingwell combined their voices in a Nick Cave inspired duet. It was a great performance with both performers feeding off each others energy.
Hannah Cryle performed some stunts while hanging from the roof by chains. A one woman circus powers house, she left some members in the audience amazed at the daring.
Gaff E was Gaff E which is all that can be said about that without ruining it for others.
A dark, drunken, glittery, glamours night of Glitter and Doom is to to be had at the Salon. Get in quick to see this Edinburgh Fringe hit in Adelaide before it's gone - as it's only in town for a limited time.
The cast changes every performance, so you never know what you are going to get.