These are the solo shows I've created over the last decade, all of which are available for booking.
Dusty's new full-length show premiered at the Underbelly Festival Spiegeltent in September 2017. Featuring a clutch of new songs and covers of the likes of Eurythmics, Bowie, Baby Dee and The Cure, it explores how a small boy obsessed with dinosaurs grew up to be a louche cabaret singer in makeup and heels.
The show of the album - 13 original songs by Dusty Limits and Michael Roulston ranging from ennui, addiction and mortality to economic inequality and sheer angst, linked by Mr Limits' mordant thoughts on the pursuit of happiness and his customary acerbic political observations. Bleak as that might sound, the show is actually celebratory, embodying Mr Limits' artistic philosophy of 'making light of the darkness'.
A dozen original songs written with Michael Roulston and attacking the thorny question of Madness. Have we all lost the plot? Was there ever a plot to begin with? Or is it all some sort of plot?
'Everything cabaret should be: dark, subversive, funny.' (Scotsman)
'A hugely varied and accomplished selection of brand-new songs.' (Time Out)
BLACK DOGS OF DEATH
A show inspired by a Facebook request, gently mocking Dusty's own proclivity for dark themes. 'Black Dogs of Death' combines original songs about everything from falling in love in Berlin to a grotesque family reunion with songs by Sondheim, Bowie and the soundtrack to Shortbus.