Claire's pop up petit cabaret presents Paul Capsis (iOTA rebook)
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3 course dinner and 2 twenty minutes live sets
Join gender bending shaman channeller Paul Capsis as he weaves songs and stories to cut deep into the spirit and uplift out of a difficult time to renewal and connection.
He is joined by the wildest accompanists in the Southern Hemisphere- the incredible Jeremy Brennan.
Let us ooze blues, soul and pop over your oozing Creme Brûlée . Get lost in the songs by an array of legendary lyricist crossing worlds, cultures and styles.
Don’t miss out. Very limited season.
Paul Capsis is one of Australia’s most versatile performers. His extensive career has included theatre, live concerts, cabaret, film, and television. Paul has worked with many leading Australian theatre companies (STC, MTC, Malthouse Theatre, STCSA and Company B Belvoir) as well as in Vienna, Valletta, Hong Kong, London, Edinburgh and New York. Most recently at the top of 2021 Paul was able to perform in two original works at Sydnety Festival: The Last Season for Force Majeure; and Rapture: a Song Cycle of Desire, Ecstasy, Murder and Mayhem directed by Michael Kantor and co-starring iOTA.
Previously in 2019, Paul captivated audiences with a sell-out season of his critically acclaimed show Paul Capsis with Jethro Woodward and the Fitzroy Youth Orchestra at Sydney Festival’s Spiegeltent. This was then performed to sold-out audiences at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival. Paul’s other theatre credits include Barrie Kosky’s The Lost Echo (2006, STC) which earned him the 2007 Helpmann Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Play, Boulevard Delirium in Vienna and Australia with his Australian performance earning him the 2006 Helpmann Award for Best Contemporary Concert Performer and the 2006 Green Room award for Best Cabaret Artiste.
More recent theatre credits include The Bridge Of San Luis Rey (Brink Productions Adelaide), Lady Tabouli (Griffin Theatre), Resident Alien (45 Downstairs), Black Rider (Malthouse), Cabaret (Hayes Theatre and Athenaeum), Rumpelstiltskin (Windmill Theatre and Southbank Theatre London), The Wizard of Oz (Belvoir), Calpurnia Descending (Malthouse/STC), The Rocky Horror Picture Show (Newtheatricals) and Angela’s Kitchen (Griffin Theatre) for which he won the 2012 Helpmann Award for Best Male Actor. Before the COVID lockdown of 2020, he appeared in STC’s production of Terrence Rattigan’s The Deep Blue Sea.
The cabaret room capacity is now only 35 guests to adhere to the Covid 19 personal distancing rules
Anyone entering the premises must provide their name and contact details, including a telephone number or email address.
All reasonable steps are being taken to mitigate against the risk of transmission of infection within the venue (with reference to standard and additional cleaning measures as recommended by public health authorities and SafeWork NSW).
If you are exhibiting any flu-like symptoms, please stay home.
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