Baby Et Lulu
at Camelot Lounge
When (multiple sessions)
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Table bookings for groups of 8 or more only – please email us for table reservations AFTER you have prebooked to firstname.lastname@example.org
All other tables and seats are first in best dressed.
While general admission tickets do NOT guarantee seating, on most nights everyone gets a seat. Arriving as early as you can is always recommended, and conversely, arriving really really close to show time isn’t necessarily the best course of action.
Session 1 6pm - 8pm | 6:30pm show
Session 2 8pm - 10pm | 8:30pm show
Please book carefully – as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!All ages welcome (but under 18′s must be accompanied by an adult)Fully licensed – NO BYO. Delicious food (including pizza!) available.
Baby et Luluis the ARIA-nominated, ‘must-see act that will seduce your ears with its chansons’ (The Weekend Edition). Faux-French sensations Abby Dobson and Lara Goodridge, and their prodigiously talented band, are thrilled to return to Camelot Lounge to shake off the dust and stir up some French passion musicale.
They are now delighted to return to the stage to perform songs from all three albums, in French, in a celebration of love, life and passion… with a sultry, sometimes outrageous French accent.
The ‘très charismatic pairing of sexy songstresses’ (AU Review) have performed at WOMADELAIDE, Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Adelaide Fringe Festival, Brisbane Powerhouse, Brisbane Cabaret Festival, The Famous Spiegeltent, Port Fairy, Woodford Folk Festival, as well as venues such as Adelaide Festival Centre and Melbourne Arts Centre.
Don’t miss these two sassy and playful characters, with their extraordinary band, their femme fatale glamour and très witty banter. They will have you dancing in your seats in a veritable celebration of la vie française.
"It is impossible not to be charmed by the hypnotic voices of Baby and Lulu" Arts Hub
"Dobson and Goodridge had the seated audience eating out of the palms of their hands... and pranced off stage to the sounds of a standing ovation" The Music