FRINGE REVIEW: WALKING ON EGGSHELLS, THE FACTORY, GARDEN OF UNEARTHLY DELIGHTS, 2019

Though it’s called Walking on Eggshells, the very funny and self deprecating Eddie Ifft is actually quite frank as he speaks about politics,  pokes fun at his family, the #metoo movement and tipping toilets.

Without giving too much away, the show provides no shortage of cheeky quips, high energy and a pretty great time.

While there are a few lulls in the show, Eddie pulls you back around with genuine engagement and his own sense of style.

Prepare for cringing and cry-laughing as he takes you through some situations that only he could be involved in: some hilarious and some funny-but-horrific.

Be warned, this is not for those who take offence easy, as he toes the line between gasp-worthy ideals and hard-to-swallow opinions. This one will impress those who have their finger on the pulse when it comes to politics, but are more laid back about the opinions surrounding.

3.5 stars

By Kirra Hussey

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