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Cabaret at the Cremorne

Social gallery from The Kaye Hole’s opening night

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QPAC’s Cremorne Theatre has been transformed into an elegant speakeasy complete with cabaret tables, an in-theatre cocktail bar, neon lights and smoky atmosphere for our much-anticipated season of The Kaye Hole starring acclaimed comedian and cabaret icon Reuben Kaye.

Image of Reuben Kaye of The Kaye Hole

Kicking off 2022 in sizzling style, this scintillating adults-only cabaret variety show is being hailed as the hottest ticket in town, with audiences blown away by Reuben’s hilarious, scandalous, and clever wit.

On top of his rapid-fire and colourful commentary, this incredible entertainer brings the house down with his stunning vocals, backed by a live band known as the “Preferred Pronouns”.

The Kaye Hole audience shot

The Kaye Hole also features thrilling performances from some of Brisbane’s best live acts including Tina Del Twist – Cabaret chanteuse, Jacqueline Furey – dance and fire artist, Ashleigh Roper – aerialist and contortionist, Charlie Love – pole dancer, Hope One – beat box artist, and Leah Shelton – performance artist and Luna Thicc – drag artist and dancer.

“This is the sort of show you could come back to again and again, bringing different friends each time, or someone who needs loosening up, or just when you need a feel-good fix from world-renowned performers in an intimate cabaret space – it's an absolute hoot!” Stage Whispers
“The cabaret hosted by superstar entertainer, Reuben Kaye was a glorious mashup of ballsy talent, comedic brilliance, and naughty fantastical acts.” The Fame Reporter

Click here to read the full reviews from Stage Whispers and The Fame Reporter.

Were you among the opening night audience?

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