Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Center will present Cabaret Kite | western avocado

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It’s an institution at the Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Center [BMEC] for many years, but all reports say Cabaret Kite’s next showcase, with a stellar roster of performers in store, will indeed be “too hot to handle.” Longtime host Rusty Nails will once again lead a sizzling roster of local performers on May 27 in what will be the first Cabaret Kite in some time that will run without significant restrictions. Ms Nails said she was looking forward to returning to the stage alongside such a wealth of talent. READ ALSO: Betty Confetti Opens Up About Her Life As A Drag Queen On ‘Are You Really Gonna Ask That?’ of the Youth Action Council. “We spent months and months hiding in the COVID cave, we are ready to come out,” she said. “There’s a host of fantastic guests in store, and we’ve really spread our cabaret wings to other parts of the Midwest.” The event will include performances from Jude Bowler, Smith & Jones, Michelle Griffin, Fast Cars drummers and Alice Blackwood. Ms Nails said Cabaret Kite has played a key role over the past few years in providing local and regional artists with a way to be entertained. READ ALSO: Lifeline Central West to Host Book Fair at Bathurst Showground “Cabaret Kite has been a staple of BMEC’s ​​Local Stages initiative for 12 years, where it has given many performers, and especially female performers, an avenue to formulate powerful careers,” she said. “It’s also a great opportunity for established artists to perform, giving audiences a chance to see everything from artists at the top of their game to others trying out new material.” Cabaret shows are informal, laid back, a bit risque but not too over the top, and he just asks the audience to tap their toes, have a few drinks and have a good time.” Rusty Nails is a cabaret presenter and entertainer created by Dr Kate Smith , a local academic and arts producer. READ ALSO: Bathurst-born musician Matt Boylan-Smith to perform at the Victoria on May 21 Cabaret Kite has helped locally trained talent hone their skills as an artist, namely Bathurst-born musical actor Gabbi Bolt, who performed at the event for the first time as an 11-year-old Cheese platters will be on sale in the evening, costing $16 for a platter for two people and $45 if spectators d would like to add a bottle of wine. The event will start at 8pm. Here’s how you can access our trusted content:



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