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KaDO is Japanese for ” way of the flower “ Ka = flower   Do = way of  Melbourne, Australia’s cultural capital, has more venues, boutique restaurants, cafes, bars and cabaret dens per head of population than any other city. Is there room for another arts outlet in a thriving metropolis already spoiled for choice? “HELL […]

Melbourne Album Series presents Damien Rice’s O

Download Press Release Download Poster Download Press Image The Melbourne Album Series are proud to present their inaugural album recreation performance of Damien Rice’s seminal 2003 album O at Carlton’s Bella Union on Sunday November 30th. Curated, directed and performed by Caleb Garfinkel, MAS’ O show will gracefully retell the story of O, channeling the […]

Uncle Ivan’s Emporium

STAY TUNED FOR THE NEXT EMPORIUM OPENING    Uncle Ivan and Aunty Better ran pubs in rural Victoria from the late 1940’3 – 1980. As a child I spent two summer holidays with them. It was like visiting Disneyland… Uncle Ivan was a collector. He literally collected everything. Aunty Betty was a compulsive hoarder – […]

Review: Once

Musical Theatre Review by Matthew Grant As spring unfolds across Melbourne, a romantic sense of the promise of possibility abounds. Once, based on the 2006 film of the same name, opened at the Princess Theatre last weekend. Its simple set, use of song and dance – in a way I’ve not experienced in a ‘Broadway musical’ before […]

We are Building!

Welcome to the new KaDo Warehouse Website THE ONLY CONSTANT IN LIFE IS CHANGE Stay tuned while we tweak the content of the site. Need to get in touch – go to the Contact page

Review: ‘7’ by NICA

A subsidy of Swinburne University of Technology, the National Institute of Circus Arts (NICA) is the only government-accredited institution that provides professional training (Bachelor of Circus Arts) in contemporary circus arts in Australia. NICA graduates have gone on to pursue exciting careers with international and national circus companies, including Circus Oz and Cirque du Soleil. […]

Review: Parade

Melbourne has an exciting, vibrant theatre district that ranks third in the world and is rivaled only by London’s West End and New York’s Broadway.  Within half a dozen blocks from one another can be found an array of majestic old theatres, the Art Centre and a plethora of smaller cabaret and jazz salons. Whilst […]

Review: Between the Bars

Melbourne is a city rich with choice. Quite literally, if you can think of it, chances are it’s happening here. In the world of cabaret, we are blessed. Melbourne is spoilt with options. It’s a Monday night, I’m walking up a CBD alley off an alley to a dimly lit jazz club to see one […]

When  is the next  HONEY POT ? Where will it be ? “Art pushed to its outer limit: absurd, daring, sweet and hilariously disturbing” THE AGE With a past as tortured as his French accent, the Belgian demi-god of love, J’stan DuPont (aka: Matthew Grant) muses and sings as he explores LOVE GONE HORRIBLY WRONG. Together with the […]

HONEY POT and GO!@!

26th September – 8:30pm at Chapel off Chapel
12 Little Chapel St – Prahran, Melbourne
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Review: Show Boat

Show Boat marked a defining moment in the development of the Broadway musical. Arguably, one of the most influential musicals of the twentieth century, Show Boat married the talents of Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II, to create a show which challenged the status quo of what was possible on the Broadway stage. The story, […]

Review: Guys & Dolls

Founded by Jeanne Pratt in 1998, The Production Company continues to produce quality musical theatre in Melbourne while providing valuable opportunities for Australian musical theatre performers to hone their stagecraft. With a two-week rehearsal period and a quick 10 show run, The Production Company’s 2014 season opened with the bright lights of the Broadway classic, […]

Review: Mother and Son

Geoffrey Atherden penned the first episodes of Mother & Son in 1984 creating an instant classic! The multiple award-winning Australian television sitcom aired in 1984 and ran for a decade. Now 30 years later he has done it again, this time for the stage.The television show connected with Australian audiences. Addressing the problems of ageing […]

Review: Wayne Brady – It’s My Line tour

Multi Emmy award winning, Wayne Brady, is one of the most versatile performers in show business today. Brady came to public attention as one of the improvisational theater performers in the original (British) version of ‘Whose Line Is It Anyway?’ after which he became a regular on the American version, hosted by Drew Carey. He’s […]

Review: Les Misérables

What: Les Misérables When: Until 21st September Where: Her Majesty’s Theatre Melbourne has an exciting, vibrant theatre district that ranks third in the world and is rivaled only by London’s West End and New York’s Broadway.  Within half a dozen blocks from one another can be found Her Majesty’s, the Comedy Theatre, the Princess, the […]

Review: Dolly Diamond Christmas in July

What: Dolly Diamond Christmas in July When: 10 – 12 July
Thursday – Saturday 8pm Where: Chapel off Chapel Book: Click Here Review By: Matthew Grant If we look at the “Star” performers of our time and ask “Are they special?” Of course, the answer is “Yes”. But not necessarily for the reasons that first leap […]

NICA – Rouge et Blanc

What: Rouge et Blanc When: 1 – 5 July 2014 Where: NICA As a kid growing up in rural Australia the call “The circus is coming to town” held a great deal of value; the anticipation of experiencing the extraordinary. For me, the circus was my introduction to theatre as spectacle. The marvel the circus […]

Review: Matthew Mitcham’s Twists and Turns & Spanky in Candice McQueen: Nasty

What: Melbourne Cabaret Festival When: 19 June – July 6 Shows: Matthew Mitcham’s Twists and Turns & Spanky in Candice McQueen: Nasty Where: Chapel off Chapel Review by: Matthew Grant In the midst of a chilly winter, twinkling lights beckon from venues scattered about Melbourne. Cabaret is a wise old whore who lingers in the […]

Review: The King and I

Musical Theatre Review by Matthew Grant What: The King and I When: Now Playing June- August Where: The Princess Theatre Directed by: Christopher Renshaw Starring Lisa McCune and Jason Scott Lee The King and I is a theatrical spectacle. The fifth musical by the team of composer Richard Rodgers and dramatist Oscar Hammerstein II – and […]

Review: The Three of Us

Cabaret Review by Matthew Grant What: The Three of Us When: 18 – 21 June @ 8pm Where: fortyfivedownstairs Performed by Michael Dalton, Rachel Dunham and Luke Gallagher Wandering up and down the fortyfivedownstairs staircase to an open warehouse space that twists and turns and reinvents itself with each new show is a fun, Melbourne […]

In Bed with J’Stan

Slip into something more comfortable with J’Stan. Coming Soon.

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Review: The Late NIght Sexy Show

What: The Late Night Sexy Show (Cabaret) When: Thursdays May 15, 22, 29 @ 10.30pm Where: The Butterfly Club Created by: Grant Busé Melbourne is a city rich with choice. Quite literally, if you can think of it, chances are, its happening here. In the world of cabaret, we are blessed. Melbourne is spoilt with […]

Review: The Dokboki Box

What: The Dokboki Box – Next Wave Festival 2014 When: 30 April – 11 May Where: River Terrace – Federation Square Created by: Park Younghee, M’ck McKeague and Nathan Stoneham Wandering across Federation Square on a wet and chilly 8degree Wintery night, looking for a show playing in some makeshift theatre, wasn’t my idea of […]

 

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About KaDo Warehouse

KaDO is Japanese for ” way of the flower “

Ka = flower   Do = way of 

Melbourne, Australia’s cultural capital, has more venues, boutique restaurants,
cafes, bars and cabaret dens per head of population than any other city. Is there
room for another arts outlet in a thriving metropolis already spoiled for choice?
“HELL YES” says Matthew Grant, Green Room Award winner and the man who
conceived and foundered Melbourne’s premier cabaret venue, The Butterfly
Club.

Matthew Grant is the founder and proprietor of KaDo (pronounced ‘car-dough’).

“Art pushed to its outer limit: absurd, daring, sweet and hilariously
disturbing”   THE AGE

Located in the heart of the former Cremorne Pleasure Gardens of Richmond
(1853-1863), KaDo celebrates those heady days of Melbourne’s Gold Rush era,
when diggers were on the hunt for a bit of fun and flocked to Richmond, the
original down and dirty home of burlesque, cabaret and music-hall in Melbourne.

 

” Exclusive without being elitist”   MIETTA’S GUIDE TO EATING AND DRINKING

KaDo consists of five unique spaces:  – theatre/showroom  – bar  – art gallery  – lounge  – garden.

  • Looking to furnish your business or home in the unique, eclectic KaDo style that Matthew Grant is known for?
  • A showroom full of Twentieth Century kitsch, collectibles and furniture at KaDo warehouse.
  • Need to locate a specific piece of furniture? Know where to find it?  Chances are its at KaDo Warehouse.

In addition to KaDo’s program of curratored Arts events –  interior design and event management services are available at KaDo.

STUDIO HIRE AVAILABLE

The warehouse is available for all sorts of pop-up, productions, meetings, art exhibitions, shop – anything that you can imagine really.

Get 29 of your closest friends together and book out the space…. Affordable food and beverage packages are available for all budgets.

WHAT’S ON IN MELBOURNE?

Read Matthew Grant’s up to date theatre reviews and recommendations of what’s NOT TO BE MISSED in Melbourne’s live theatre and Arts scene.

 WANT TO KNOW MORE-  Call Matthew Grant direct: 0423228823, make a time to catch up and visit the warehouse.

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