Massaoke is when everybody comes together to sing, howl or scream along to their most loved hits, which are performed by a live band while the lyrics are displayed on a big screen.
You need to approach this show with an open mind; it’s bizarre, quirky and not for the easily offended.
There’s acrobatics, magic, clowning, roller skating, singing, pole dancing and vodka shots; it’s so much fun, you won’t want it to end.
A witty and cleverly structured show with a unique and interesting concept, Torte e Morte: Songs of Cake and Death is one to catch this Adelaide Fringe Festival
Entertaining enough, and quite a few laughs. A nice night out, and if you saw the original and liked it, this is more of the same.
There’s death defying tricks, crowd participation, piano accordion antics, and plenty of surprises – it’s your usual Hans fare, only bigger and better.
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Even if you’re not a fan of Doris Day, Louise Messenger is worth seeing because she puts on a stellar show.
There’s some terrific improvisation, impressive acrobatics and lots of laughs – a fun one for the kids.
If Grace is anything to go by, Louis Donnarumma is quite a talent, and someone worth watching as his career inevitably takes off.