Five must-see Adelaide Fringe cabaret and theatre shows, according to Velvet Rewired's Sirens

Last updated 02 Mar, 2023

Under a tent at Gluttony that masquerades as discotheque, performers Jacinta Gulisano and Sasha Lee Saunders step into a boogie wonderland whenever they step onto the stage of the big, bold and beautiful Velvet Rewired.

Experience Adelaide caught up with the dancing duo, dubbed the Sirens, to find out the top five Adelaide Fringe cabaret shows on their radars. 

Velvet Rewired, featuring Marcia Hines, is on until Sunday 19 March at The Moa at Gluttony.

The Marvelllous Elephant Man

Ben Clarke's voice is incredible! When he performs as the Elephant Man that is no exception.

The Marvellous Elephant Man
Wonderland Spiegeltent at Wonderland Festival Hub at Hindmarsh Square
Until Friday 10 March
From $22.50

The Choir of Man

The ultimate happy hour direct from London's West End. We love that the stage is set in a British pub — you're totally immersed in an hour fun and toe-tapping pop hits.

The Choir of Man
The Fantail (open-air) at Gluttony
Until Friday 17 March 
From $36


A longstanding crowd favourite, Rouge is every bit as incredible as you've heard. Electric cabaret mixed with incredible acrobatics and showcased so well in Gluttony's Moa.

The Moa at Gluttony - Rymill Park
Until Sunday 19 March
From $29.25

Velvet Rewired

It goes without saying, our favourite cabaret pick is Velvet Rewired. We love bringing the era of disco back to audiences alongside an incredible cast and Marcia Hines. It's pure entertainment — cabaret, circus, dancing and fun.

Velvet Rewired
The Moa at Gluttony
Until Sunday 19 March
From $48

Speed: The Movie, The Play

It is not a cabaret show, but we couldn't resist the opportunity to recommend Speed: The Movie, The Play. If you've seen the movie, you'll love the play. Plus, it's set on a real, old-school bus.

Speed: The Movie, The Play
Speed Bus at Gluttony
Until March 5
From $33.75