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$35 +bf pre, $40 door | 6pm doors, 7pm show

Please Note: All tickets sold through this site are General Admission. A general admission ticket does NOT guarantee seating.
Table bookings for groups of 8 or more only – please email us for table reservations AFTER you have prebooked to to
All other seating is first in best dressed.
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. 

"Dahlia Dior is a singer of enormous vitality and energy, and her unique vocal talents have gained her international acclaim. Dahlia can authentically sing and interpret songs from all over the world, and is indeed one of the most versatile vocalists, singing in many different styles and languages…”

The show: International World Cabaret, is a passionate presentation of rhythmically throbbing and tuneful songs, combined with spoken, often dramatic insights into multicultural history with delicious, saucy and hilarious stories…

Musically, the concert explores Middle Eastern, European, South American and English styles with emphasis on peace and reconciliation, shared history and beliefs, cultural cross fertilisation and conviviality…

Many of the songs are fusions of lyrics and melodies, from the French: La Foule… Italian: Grande, Grande… Turkish: Üsküdar, Brazilian cluster of beauties, the Gypsy Wind & Fire, classic popular English and American songs, favourite Russian and Greek folksongs, the best of Spanish rousing songs and my soul enriching lyrical classics in Ladino, Yiddish, Hebrew and Arabic Culminating in “We bring peace upon us” and Salaam.

Backed by superb musicians: Marcello Maio(piano/accordion), Eddie Bronson(flute, clarinet, saxophone, accordion, euphonium), Mark Harris(double bass/vocals), Jess Ciampa(drums/percussion).

“Dior’s special gift is to animate not just her face and the lyrics, but the stage and the whole room. With eyes like rising suns she charmed with demureness one moment, beguiled with raunchiness the next… This was Dior’s night: as effervescent as champagne”. (John Shand - Sydney Morning Herald)