Ipswich Festival Cabaret: A Dame, A Devil And A Diva

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Ipswich Festival Cabaret - A Dame, A Devil & A Diva
Presented by Bishopp in association with Hutchinson Builders
All Tickets $25.00

An off-the-wall night of wacky cabaret entertainment by three of Queensland’s most loved and most potty performers.

What do you get when you mix three very naughty star divas into one cabaret cocktail?

You get Carita Farrer Spencer, Annie Lee and Leigh Buchanan all rolled into one big night of sensational swizzling entertainment in this exciting Ipswich debut performance.

Be sure not to miss this intoxicating trio as they serve you up a devil of a time! A kooky oddball cabaret chock-full of songs from across the globe performed by a very twisted trio of legends in their own lunch box!

Carita Farrer Spencer
Carita Farrer Spencer is an Actor, Singer, Director and Cabaret Artisté who has most recently appeared in the new Australian musical Ladies in Black (music & lyrics by Tim Finn) for The Queensland Theatre Company and The Melbourne Theatre Company. Carita is well known and loved for her cabaret alter ego’s THE FABULOUS DAME FARRAR and LARRY PARADISEO and has appeared numerous times in the Women In Voice cabaret series.

Leigh Buchanan
This fashion designing, Project Runway star and D-List celebrity’s musical theatre career almost never began when Bremer High’s production of Gilbert & Sullivan’s The Gondoliers
(in which he had a lead role) was cancelled after the director’s controversial death in the shower block on senior camp. Luckily, after stints with the St Paul’s Ipswich Junior Choir and the illustrious Holy Trinity Choir Brompton (UK), a brief appearance singing at the annual Harrods Christmas party and securing an extra’s role in Bridget Jones’s Diary - his fate was sealed.

Annie Lee
Annie Lee is an actor, singer, writer, director and musician most known for her work as the oldest sister Mourne in the acclaimed multi-award winning Kransky Sisters and for her
performances in the Queensland cabaret series, Women In Voice. Annie has performed in numerous plays and original solo shows in theatres and on festival stages across Australia for many years. She is an exponent of quirky European cabaret songs and her love of cabaret has taken her all over the world.

WARNING: Show may contain some coarse language and adult themes.
Ipswich Festival Ipswich Events Corporation
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By: Ipswich Civic Centre

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