As the Adelaide Fringe comes to a close for the year 2020 seedoeatreview picks the best shows to watch in the final weekend of the festival. read on & enjoy!
It happens at least once a year at the Adelaide Fringe and unfortunately, this year, it happened to Jimmy McGhie. A bizarre crowd who think it's the job of an audience to yell out during a comedy performance. It was a funny, strange and, at times, incredibly frustrating show!
After seeing over a dozen shows at the Adelaide Fringe this year, Mr. 6 and Mr. 9 pick their favourite five!
Ben Kochan brings his brand of silly and irreverent humour to the Adelaide Fringe in a show choc-full of laughs, props, singing and dancing....oh.. and also a stool!
I've been a fan of Cal Wilson's comedy for many years and after not seeing her perform for ages it's fair to say I was really excited about seeing her do stand-up again. But after the show I was left to think, can you grow out of a comedian?
Sam Simmons is known throughout the comedy world for doing things a bit differently to get a laugh. But in his new show, Funt, I was left to wonder, was it all just very poorly rehearsed or just all part of his act?
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Life is meant to be fun so let's dispense with all the stuffy nonsense and enjoy ourselves in what we DO! Playgrounds, activities, sights & sports - we do it all.
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