Fringe Review: 10,000 Decisions

American Robyn Perkins who lives in London and is visiting Australia for the first time brings with her three continents of humour in a show that explores her love life, childhood and new found connection with her amygdala.

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Cross your fingers and hope Robyn becomes a Fringe regular
Overall
4.5

Reviewed at the Griffins Hotel on 6 March 2019

Presented by Robyn Perkins

10,000 Decisions is not your usual comedy show: instead it is so much better. Never have I seen a show with such a well thought out storyline. The science behind it is intriguing and thought provoking all while making your sides hurt from laughter. There is also the really interactive nature of the show and not in the usual sit in the front row and prepare to be picked on interaction, but more of a group assignment kind of feel where you solve a fellow audience member’s question.

American (don’t hold it against her) Robyn Perkins who lives in London and is visiting Australia for the first time brings with her three continents of humour in a show that explores her love life, childhood and new found connection with her amygdala. All while taking you on a journey of incisiveness that will leave you looking at Soccer Goalies in a whole new light.

In a Fringe full of great comedians it is exciting to see a new talent like Robyn Perkins make the journey and expose audiences to a different type of comedy and for under $20 in one of this year’s best Fringe venues it is hands down a knock out great value show (Bring coins and small notes as there are cool souvenirs).

Reviewed by Tara Forbes-Godfrey

Venue:  The BoardRoom at The Griffins Hotel
Season:  March 7th to 17th 2019
Duration: 60 mins
Tickets: $13 – $20

 

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