Lorenzo the labedinous lion tamer to perform at the Cabaret 360 in Uki.
Lorenzo the labedinous lion tamer to perform at the Cabaret 360 in Uki. John Gass

Cabaret 360 is back in Uki with top regional talent

THE fifth 360 Cabaret is back and will feature 25 acts from across the region and beyond.

This year, director Hamilton Barnett has been scouting around to find the best acts and has discovered some brilliant performers including internationally performing Joel Salom and Ernest the Clown, the hit comedy act from the 2012 Australian Circus Festival.

Also performing is Suziette the glass-shattering opera singer, comedy by Thomas Bailey, pole dancing by Michele Thomas, inflammatory speech by Thomas Keily, original music by Milan Martin, and special appearances by Sue McKenna, Ana Phylactic and Nurse Perverse.

"Expect a contemporary blend of all the performing art genres artistically woven into a feast of performance, artistic expression and laughter," Mr Barnett said.

"It's all original work from the sublime to the outrageous.

"The show will feature high skill circus, comedy, physical theatre, dance, performance poetry, music, acrobatics and many surprises."

Tickets for the show at the Uki Hall are available from the Uki Supermarket, The Organic Revolution Murwillumbah, or online from ukitopiaartscollective.com.

The cabaret is on May 17 and 18 and tickets are limited and sell out quickly so don't leave it until the last minute.



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