- What’s on
A bent Kabarett. A bar. Behind the scenes, and on the stage. Aging divas go head to head conjuring moments where love, life and sex meet death, rejection and failure. All of this in a raucous evening of unapologetic dance, splintering theatre and life affirming performance art.
The DIVAS: Dr Hedley has worked the streets as a performance artist from Lymington to Berlin. Kenneth has been playing the double bass in big orchestras since 1976. Jane is dancing with legs that have been insured by Lloyds of London.
On a good night you might see Hedley strip, Kenneth take on Bach, and Jane smoulder her way through a show tune. Through the truth-telling prism of performance art they deliver a scorching, uncompromising manifesto on relevance.
Entrance: The main entrance to the venue has step-free access suitable for people using mobility aids.
Car parking: There are 5 designated wheelchair accessible car parking spaces near this venue. Wheelchair accessible parking is located: Outside Mercury Cinema and Jam Factory on slip lane off Morphett St.
Drop off point: Safe wheelchair accessible drop off/pick up area in close proximity to the venue entrance. The path of travel from the street or drop off point to the entrance level, firm and obstacle free. Box Office No box office available at this venue.
Toilet facilities There are accessible unisex bathroom facilities nearby at: opposite venue at UniSA Food and Drink Food and drink available but the service areas are not accessible.