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This show had something for everyone. From magic to cabaret to vaudeville style performances and plenty of comedy throughout, the Crimson Goat Cabaret Club put on quite a unique show.
Comedian Marty Fields hosted the evening and peppered kept up the energy in the audience with his clever and often fast-paced material.
The best line-for-line comedy value came from the stand-up acts for the night including Ethel Chop, the classic one-linesman Elliot Goblet, Bob Franklin, singer and songwriter Greg Champion and Dean and Fetch - a blunt, yet sharp, ventriloquist act.
However, out of the 12 performers for the night, the vast majority managed to incorporate comedy into their performance including Nick Nikolas the magician and an incredibly talented physical performer simply referred to as The Bellboy.
Each act was as impressive as the last. From the comic stylings of Bob Frnaklin to the incredible hoola-hoop performance from Anna Lumb, this show continued to produce quality acts that left us laughing and staring in amazement.
VENUE: Ormond Hall @ The Belgian Beer Cafe, 557 St Kilda Rd, CBD
WHEN: 17/4/11 - 18/4/11
Sun 2:30pm, Mon 7:30pm (180 mins)
BOOKINGS: 9529 3111 & at the door
PRICES: Full $37, Group (8 or more) $34
WEB: The Crimson Goat Cabaret Club
Reviewed 18 April 2011 by Chris Dewberry