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Amy Michaels and The Good Time Girls

When:

Thu 7 Mar 2013, 8:00pm–10:00pm
Fri 8 Mar 2013, 7:00pm–9:00pm
Sat 9 Mar 2013, 7:00pm–9:00pm

Where: The Depot - The Shed, 111 Franklin St, Adelaide CBD

Restrictions: 15+

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $25.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Website:

Listed by: amymmichaels

What do a Brazilian drag queen, a homicidal motorist and a self-confessed tart who claims to have slept with a thousand men and anything with legs she just must mount have in common with an oh-so-perfect Disney Princess.

And just why did Carolanne murder her old man with a lump of two by four?

All of these characters – real and unreal – are staring at the Adelaide Fringe when Amy Michaels and the Good Time Girls bring their cabaret/burlesque show, a veritable eyeball and eardrum love explosion, to the new major Fringe venue, The Depot – The Shed.

And you will also find out things you never thought you could do with a rubber chicken.

“We’re really looking forward to bringing our raucous new cabaret to Adelaide, in the premiere year for the Depot,” Amy Michaels, the Brisbane-based band’s vocalist and songwriter said,

"Amy Michaels and the Good Time Girls’ is about fun; letting your hair down for a while, enjoying the atmosphere, hearing some great music that will make you laugh, stomp your feet and holler; and the delectable burlesque performer Rosie Peaches, whose comedic take on burlesque and 60s go-go stylings is the sweet cherry on the top.

Amy Michaels and the Good Time Girls’ is a night of fantastic music, dancing, silliness and comedy; everything about having a great time!” Amy said.

"It’s a roller coaster cabaret act from beginning to end, a night of fun and mischief, quirky original tunes, swinging toe-tapping jazz standards and tongue-in-cheek burlesque that will make you giggle and swoon.

Joining Amy and Rosie Peaches are the Good Time Girls Shane Calderbank - piano, Phil Jack - bass, Gene Stevens - drums, and Ben Byrne - saxophones… (they don’t look great in skirts).

From an intimate setting to a big get off your brass sound, Amy Michaels and The Good Time Girls is an act not to be missed at this year’s Adelaide Fringe Festival.