Claire’s Kitchen Pop Up Petit Cabaret is thrilled to present a 10 nights program of Queer entertainment for VIVID MUSIC 2019. On Sunday the 2nd and...

Claire's Pop Up Petit Cabaret


Claire's Kitchen
35 Oxford St
2010 NSW


Event Details

Claire’s Kitchen Pop Up Petit Cabaret is thrilled to present a 10 nights program of Queer entertainment for VIVID MUSIC 2019.

On Sunday the 2nd and 9th of June, a special edition of le SALON DadA, the fully immersive 6 course surrealist dinner experience, a fully themed dinner and show, mixing magic, circus acts, live singing and a culinary offerings like you never have seen before. Cocktail and canapés, appetizer, soup, fish, main, dessert  and 6 acts for only $110 p/p.


Every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday during the VIVID festival.

We are showcasing la crème de la crème of queer cabaret artist: Shauna Jensen, Brendan Irving, Minnie Cooper and the Carpenters from Kempsey (Darren Mapes and Debora Krizak).

Our intimate cabaret room offers an intimate experience, mixing award winning French food and local talent up close and personal.

You will enjoy a 3 course dinner and two 30 minutes live sets, for only $95 p/p.

Book now as only 50 seats are available each night.

Petit Cabaret Artists

Date Event
2 June Le SALON DadA
4 June Brendan Irving and Bev Kennedy
5 June Shauna Jenson
6 June Minnie Cooper
7 June The Carpenters from Kempsey


Shauna Jensen

Shauna is an Australian singer.

She has been a member of multiple bands including Purple Vision and Flake.

She was a cast member of Australia's Jesus Christ Superstar and appeared on the Original Australian Cast Recording album in 1972 and she toured nationally with the Long Way to the Top concert tour.

She has performed backup vocals for many acts such as INXS, Jimmy Barnes, Billy Thorpe, Powderfinger and Hugh Jackman

She sings on a number of tracks on the 1985 Rebel: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. In 2004 she became a judge for the fourth season of Australia's Popstars, titled Popstars Live. She is now known as a Sydney gay icon and is 1 of the 100 judges on channel 7 All Together Now

Greg Gould

Confident and comfortable in his sexuality at 25 years old, Greg auditioned for Australia’s Got Talent in 2013 where his stirring rendition of Prince's Purple Rain endeared him to both the judges and the Australian public, propelling him through to the final where he finished as runner up. Greg’s career has since gone from strength to strength. Touring the world with his band The Chase, performing to sold out shows and hitting the jazz festival circuit. Greg also featured as guest vocalist on the house music scene at big events like the Full Moon Fest in New York City, was a featured performer at the 2017 Sydney Mardi Gras official after party and headlined 2017 Hamburg Pride in Germany .

Minnie Cooper

Minnie is musical theatre trained, she brings glamour and showbiz know how to all her production shows but topped it all on Australian got talent, her over the top number got her straight to semi finals.

She performs at every gay venues in Sydney, but only sings live at Claire's pop up Petit cabaret.

She is 1 of the 100 judges on channel 7 new show: all together now.