This week on Subculture we spoke to comedian Nadia Collins about her Melbourne International Comedy Festival show The Bride. Take a listen to the interview below and grab your tickets from The Butterfly Club website.
We chat to writer/actress Trudi Ranik about her brand new theatre show Going Down which is coming to The Butterfly Club next week. All the information can be found at this link.
In this episode of Subculture we chat to performer Pauline Calme about her one woman show Unleash The Beast which is coming to The Butterfly Club in Melbourne.
For more information on dates of the performances and to buy tickets check out this link.
Australia’s most delicious cabaret act has her sights set on Melbourne. After a sold out season in Sydney, Mini Marilyn is hitting the stage 7 – 12 January 2019 at The Butterfly Club for her Melbourne premiere.
You’re now invited to taste a new kind of drop. Mixology with Mini Marilyn is ready to toast to the women we know and love.
Mixology is an evening for celebrating women, and those that love women. With a dash of Minnelli, a splash of Fosse and just a touch of 90s spice, Mixology with Mini Marilyn is a night to remember. Whether you’re a cabaret aficionado or Mini Marilyn will be your first, get excited to discover something tantalizingly new.
In a world where Beyoncé, Gaga and Swift reign supreme, let us sit back for a night of glitz, curves and classics while toasting to the sisterhood.
Mixology was created by and stars Elizabeth Evans, an accomplished dancer, musical theatre director and performer. Fresh from Channel 7’s All together now, Evans is excited to bring her cocktails, girls, and flair to Melbourne.
Evans has brought Mini Marilyn to life to bring some of the old-world cabaret panache back to the stage. After being a member of the 100 on All together now, Evans’ show is a more intimate affair.
After a successful premiere season and SOLD OUT second season, round three is sure to deliver.
Feeling thirsty? This show is filled with charm and bubbles, and is strictly limited to six performances. Be sure to snap up your tickets!
If you’re ready to taste a new kind of drop, Mini Marilyn cannot wait to meet you. Tickets available via The Butterfly Club.
Make sure you check out our interview with Elizabeth below.
Do you want to see a night of burlesque, cabaret, comedy and drag in Melbourne? Well why not check out Whoop Dee Doo: Another Late Night Revue the monthly night put together by acclaimed burlesque performer Miss Maple Rose?
Check out the dates right here and also check out our interview with Miss Maple Rose below.
Show Details: Whoop Dee Doo: Another Late Night Revue
Dates: December 22nd 2018, January 19th 2019, February 16th 2019 and March 16th 2019
Venue: The Butterfly Club, 5 Carson Place, Melbourne
Subculture chats to Jennifer Monk about the new comedy show by Girls Act Good – A Christmas Tale.
This fresh, exciting work is inspired by real-life conversations and stories about Christmas from women across Australia. The play takes a comedic and heartfelt look at the Aussie festivities and celebrates how we can come together to remember the magic of Christmas.
A Christmas Tale will run at The Butterfly Club from the 17-22 December. The event listing can be viewed here – https://www.facebook.com/events/295313834411535/
The full interview with Jennifer Monk can be heard below.
Lisa Woodbrook brings her brand new comedy musical It’s Not Me, It’s Definitely You to The Butterfly Club starting tonight. Subculture sat down and chatted to Lisa about the art of modern dating and why she included the music of Amy Winehouse and Lily Allen in the show.
You can buy tickets to the show at www.thebutterflyclub.com.au and can listen to our full Lisa Woodbrook interview below.
Subculture Radio’s Dave Griffiths caught up actor Lisa Brickell, musician Siri Embla and director Ruth Dudding about their brand new theatre production Mockingbird.
Based on the true stories of four generations of women and their devilish alter egos, Mockingbird is a tongue-in-cheek portrayal of both postnatal depression, which affects approximately 1 in 7 Australian women every year, and postnatal psychosis, which affects around 600 Australian women every year. Mockingbird comes to Melbourne after sell out shows in Norway and Sydney. It opens at The Butterfly Club on the 18th October.
You can listen to our interview with these talented artists below.
Cabaret star Michaela Burger is set to launch her new show A Migrant’s Son at Melbourne’s The Butterfly Club tomorrow night. Dave G caught up with Michaela to talk about the show and how it came to life through her own family’s story.
You can buy tickets for the show right here.
You can listen to our interview with Michaela below.