A funny, well-structured show with laughs throughout!
The show does not let up and I kept wondering ‘where’s the dud sketch?’
A mélange of surrealism, slapstick humour, witty skits, clever songs and poignant monologues about life and accidentally eating one’s parents…
I reckon this one is particularly suited to the ladies; there was more than a little bit of mascara running from tears of laughter.
Nazeem feels comfortable on stage and his delivery is, most of the time, spot on.
Grant is very funny, an excellent musician, and it doesn’t hurt that he is incredibly attractive.
One of the most important lessons kids can learn is how to rock out; it’s pretty much up there with reading, writing and breakdancing.
Taking inspiration from the blues tradition of sharing and ‘borrowing’ music, Something Borrowed, Something Blues blends comedy, dance, music and a whole lot of audience participation in an unashamed celebration of plagiarism in all its forms.
Luckily, when she comes to Adelaide, Ruby Boots will be headlining a far more intimate gig at The Wheatsheaf Hotel, where she will be supported by an Adelaide favourite.
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