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Wed, 15 Jan


Claire's Kitchen at le Salon

Claire's pop up petit cabaret presents Clare McCallum

Clare returns to Sydney’s Cabaret strip after a few years of finding herself, her true voice and her way again – no matter how lost, it’s always the music that finds her. Join her for a night of the music that made her, sensational stories, wit and wisdoms, and delicious delights.

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Claire's pop up petit cabaret presents Clare McCallum
Claire's pop up petit cabaret presents Clare McCallum

Time & Location

15 Jan 2020, 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Claire's Kitchen at le Salon, 35 Oxford St, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia

About the event

3 course dinner and 2 twenty minute sets live $87.50 inc booking fee

Clare is an accomplished cabaret performer with three sell out one woman shows under her belt, Mrs Colin Firth and Killer Cooks for Slide Lounge, and Stellar Grace and Her Good Luck for the inaugural Blue Mountains Cabaret and Burlesque festival. Clare holds a BMus Music Theatre from the Australian Institute of Music. Whilst there, her credits include the Baker’s Wife in Into the Woods, Officer Lockstock (understudy) in Urinetown, Cherry in Cosi and King Henry in Shakespeare’s Henry V. Clare trained in acting, directing and Shakespeare studies in London, through the Richmond Theatre. She played Celeste #1/The Waitress in the Australian premiere of Sunday in the Park with George with The Q Theatre Company; also for the Q Theatre Company, she appeared  as Mags in their original production of Somewhere: The Magical Musical of Penrith, by Tim Minchin and Kate Mulvany. In 2016 Clare was the Special Guest Artist at the Premiere’s Seniors Week Gala Concerts and featured as Durla in Squabbalogic’s Mystery Musical #3: The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. For Jewish Arts inc., Clare performed in two workshop performances of the original work One of a Kind, as both Miriam and Ginette. In 2018 Clare appeared as Sir Robert Menzies in the world premiere season of Holt: The Musical to sell out houses, former State Premiere Barry O’Farrel hailed her Sir Bob as the ‘standout performance’. She played the ghost of Aussie icon, and living national treasure, Margaret Fulton’s mother, Isabella, for Bondi Theatre Company. In 2019 Clare portrayed the real life matron, Grace Wilson, in the World War 1 epic musical and Australian premiere of 3 Weeks in Spring, at Sydney’s grand State Theatre, and dug deep into a workshop performance based on the events of the Gold Rush’a Eureka Stockade, as fiery Irish redhead Bridget Callinan. She’s thrilled to be returning to Oxford Street and the cabaret stage after a hiatus from her favourite genre of performance.


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