This Fringe, an overzealous idiot will attempt to perform all of Greek mythology in less than 60 minutes in order to save his Hellenic homeland from economic ruin. 

Favourite of the Adelaide Fringe, Garry Starr (AKA Damien Warren-Smith) is back with his brand new, hilarious adventure, Greece Lightning.

Greece Lighting is an hour of absolute escapism,” Garry says. “In a fiercely divided world it’s a safe bet to bring your anti-vaxx cousin Geoff to without worrying about any awkward political divisiveness.”

“My show is for the young at heart who don’t mind a bit of swearing and nudity. Drop your cynical pants at the door and gently wipe your serious face off your face, it’s time to tickle your inner-child!”

Having single handedly saved the performing arts in 2018 with his multi-award-winning debut show, the comic wunderkind promises another riotous adventure, and he’s happy to be back in city that has always welcomed and loved him.

“This is my fifth year at Adelaide Fringe and my third as a solo artist. My first ever solo show debuted at Adelaide in 2018 (five stars from Upside Adelaide, thank you very much) and went on to win numerous awards both here and in the UK. I ruddy love Adelaide!” he says.

Promising us that, “The ending is freakin’ nuts!” Greece Lightning is one to catch at Adelaide Fringe for good laughs, a questionable education and the opportunity to get loose with Zeus, have a Hela good time that might get you in the Achilles feels.

Greece Lightning is playing 18 Feb – 6 March at The Kingfisher at Gluttony. Grab your tickets to here.