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Tuesday 8th March Garden of Unearthly Delights Reviewed by: Tin Do I first met Sam Simmons while volunteering at O’Week last year, when a guy that looked a bit like Groucho Marx by way of a 70’s serial killer came up asking for directions in the Hub. He performed later in the Scott Theatre and, as it occasionally is for many Fringe comedians, his performance fell completely flat t

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Tuxedo Cat Saturday 13th February By Masya Zabidi   A myriad of Adelaide Fringe stereotypes are featured and subsequently mocked in The Three Cs’ chaotic production, A Night At The Venue. Starring Robbie Greenwell, Yvonne McAulay, and Chiara Gabrielli, this scathing look at Fringe season plays out like a hurried high school production with low, albeit quaint, production values. Writ

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Review: We Should Quit…   Words: Jessica Martin   We Should Quit… is a physical comedy about procrastination. It questions the pointless routines of modern life through coming together of traditional circus and clowning. The two performers are very capable, but kind of let down the show by their haphazard attempt to apply narrative to individual circus acts. Nonetheless

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Review: Gaypocalypse   Words: Max Cooper   Gaypocalypse is the grand return of Adam Richard to the Fringe- his first show back since 2009. Gaypocalypse is a filthy, funny, gay old show. I genuinely mean all of that, so if you're easily put off by jokes of a less than proper nature, you probably shouldn't. If you arent- great! He happily pokes fun at lesbians and

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Review: Tea with Terrorists Words: Daisy Freeburn Have you ever had tea with terrorists? Sameena Zehra has, and a hilarious story to go with it too. Zehra’s show is full of hearty, conversational comedy and tales of life abroad in Kashmir and London. Having led what appears to be a very eventful life, she puts a somewhat sarcastic spin on each story, and, whilst casually interacting

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Interview: Adam Richard Words: Max Cooper I chatted with comedian Adam Richard ahead of his Fringe show, Gaypocalypse. According to Richard, the show has 'a million inspirations', however it's 'mainly the marriage equality debates' that provide the thrust for the show. When asked about his personal views on the matter, Richard says that he is 'kind of in two cam

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