The intimacy of the venue, in conjunction with the honest delivery of her performance, made the audience feel like they were in familiar company; a toast of whiskey at the end solidifying the sense of connection felt within room come the show’s conclusion.

Kissajukian started strong and had a clear rapport with the audience, but the second half went slightly off tangent at times; perhaps a result of the copious vodka the comedian was swigging. The irony was that alcohol WAS actually good for him – as the laughs came from his response to the sometimes awkward silence amongst his audience.

Fans of 70s British rock will know of the genius that is Jethro Tull and in Adelaide last night we got a taste of musical masterpieces that defined an era. Led by Michael Coghlan and Geoff Perkins, both on guitar and vocals, Acoustic Tull explores the back catalogue of the iconic group – albeit as best as they can in the seventy minute Fringe slot.