Auntie Boo’s Variety Diner had it all…with a meat tray raffle to boot.
Internationally acclaimed comedy goddesses, Tash York and and Boo Dwyer, come together to deliver the most heartwarming, laugh out loud, sing along dish of petty you could ever want in Petty Bitches… a brilliantly delightful blend of humour, pettiness (of course) and 90’s pop culture references.
Tash York indeed has the guts to say everything out loud in this must-be-seen show about life, love, and a tonne of chicken nuggets.
This is a story of redemption, and the value one attributes to family. The reality is that Rose-Lynn is largely unlikable during the piece. Perhaps the mark of a talented actress in Buckley, we get frustrated by her behaviours, and ultimately don’t necessarily want her to succeed in her quest for country music stardom. That being said, it is worth persevering with Wild Rose, because the last fifteen minutes fills you with a sense of satisfaction.
Musically stunning and a real eye-opener, these two talented women wow the crowd with quips, anecdotes and personal experiences to get you thinking.
Both actors were very convincing in their respective roles and a soundtrack of local Adelaide bands curated by Sound Designer Samuel Rodda was effective as a backdrop to the performance.
Saxophone solos, pop-punk support and The Best Of Luck Club
Two couples reunite after six years apart and struggle with the difference between them.
John Goodridge was at HQ on Friday night for Ruel and Yorke to catch all the action for […]
What do you do when you visit Adelaide for the first time? You treat your adoring crowd to a night they will never ever forget, that’s what! And what a powerful and sensational Saturday night it was inside walls of the Thebarton Theatre.