Frequently Asked Questions
For the Male Revue Cabaret Show
Bookings & Tickets are available through our website: www.ponyadelaide.com.au/tickets
Simply select your date and book!
- Adelaide’s Premier Male Cabaret stage show
- Doors open 6:30pm – 10.00pm
- Show starts 7.15pm
- General = General Entry + The Show + Middle to Back Seating + Topless Waiters
- VIP = Priority Entry + Seating close to the stage (Rows 1-3) + A Glass of Champagne upon arrival + The Show + Topless Waiters + Guest of Honour on Stage (upon request)
- Post-Show Fun & Dancing
Optional extras on the night: Upgrade seats where available, Private Shows for you/your group after the Show, Merch coming soon.
No photography or recording of the show whilst the performances are on is permitted. This is for the comfort, discretion and safety of both the performers and you, the audience! You can take photos of each other and with the topless waiters before the show or at the end of the show. Please respect this policy for the comfort of all guests and the cast.
Pony welcomes everyone and is a gay friendly venue. We allow both males and females to come and enjoy our show. Pre-booking is essential.
There are limitations on how many Guests we can have on stage throughout the show, so we recommend you book early to secure their place on stage. As long as it’s part of your package or the group booking is made in advance, we will bring your hen/guest of honor on stage at some point in the show.
The majority of people secure their booking 1-2 months in advance. We recommend you make your booking early to explore available dates and ticket packages. We do take bookings leading up to your show date, or on the day for those last minute spontaneous girls nights, however ticketing options may be limited or standing only.
Although Smart Casual is the minimum dress code, we suggest you dress up for the occasion! It’s an exciting evening so why not dress to impress and feel good. Note for those Special Guests wishing to go up on stage – pants make for the most comfortable stage experience! Jeans are ok as long as they are dressed up.