Genre-bending collective Salty Marco will turn Adelaide’s East End into a western saloon during a good, weird and ugly weekend of everything you know and didn’t know you needed to know about the wild, wild spaghetti west.
The Good, The Weird and The Ugly is set to premiere at Vault 134 on the final weekend of the Adelaide Fringe after making the trek from Sydney’s wild west-ern suburbs.
The duo of performing troubadours play homage to the likes of Ennio Morricone and Sergio Leone at a time when the world we live in is as wild as their characters’ backstories.
Also known as navigators of emotions; conveyors of colour; believers in you, Salty Marco are a duo of musical storytellers, ready to ride in and take you from the bad vibes to good, good vibes.
Through a blend of storytelling, theatre and music, Salty Marco will teach some old-school western saloon etiquette, and help you to find answers to questions you didn’t even know you were asking yourself.
Director and performer Andrew Akib says, “If Clint Eastwood came to see our show, he would probably never want to act in another western ever again.”
The Good, The Weird and The Ugly is playing at Vault 134 (134 Hutt Street) from Thursday March 18 to Saturday March 20.
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