One show left guys - this Monday at 4pm!
It’s almost the midpoint of the Adelaide Fringe fest. Feeling like your liver is about to pop out and your productivity has dropped at work? This is not a reaso...nable excuse to stay in - time is of the essence people!
Here are our picks for the rest of the fest in The Garden of Unearthly Delights! What have you seen and loved?
ArtsHub interviewed A bunch of my mates (and me) about making meaningful work for families (not just kids).
Have a read here.
"If you have kids take them to see this show. If you don’t have kids, borrow someone else’s. If you can’t borrow any, go anyway and soak up the shrieks of laughter and giggles of delight from young and old alike."
Thanks Stage Whispers for a great review.
Tickets are still available until March 12: https://goo.gl/cJfmXW
I grew up in the Flying Fruit Fly Circus, a children's circus in Albury-Wodonga. A few years ago I put on a performance of Kaput to celebrate their 35th year.
Check out the video below, with some awesome historical footage (I'm in at about the 8min mark).
The lovely team at Access2Arts have featured us on their website as a great show for those with hearing difficulties, the deaf community and non-english speaking communities.
It's really a show for everyone!
"Sometimes dismissed as a lesser form of comedy, slapstick is actually one of the hardest comic mediums to nail, requiring great timing, physical prowess and a good connection with your co-stars to get even the tiniest chortle from the audience."
Thanks Empire Magazine for telling the world how hard we work falling over.
This is where Kaput really started its life, we can't wait to show you how it's grown and developed across continents and seasons.