When it comes to cabaret shows, the Irish have it down pat with comedy and passion. Camille O’ Sullivan – an Irish chanteuse – is returning to The Studio with a show called DarkAngel.

The raven-haired songstress will interpret the works of Jacques Brel, Nick Cave and David Bowie in a show that has been described as dark, different, confronting and captivating.

What makes this performer interesting is that she sings in French, German and English. Her types of songs vary from the Kabarett of pre-war Germany to bubbly cabaret scores of 20th century America.

Camille co-starred alongside Judi Dench in the hit movie Mrs Henderson Presents and has recently received the Spirit of the Festival Award at the 2007 Edinburgh Fringe.

Camille will continue her show at the Sydney Opera House till Saturday 9 February. Tickets start at $28 and can be booked on 9250 7777 or sydneyoperahouse.com.

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