Fringe Review: Death To America

Fringe Review: Death To America

A journey of insightful experiences of humanity at their finest, and their worst that will leave you wanting to know more.


Presented by Jo Bain
Reviewed 28 February 2018

In Sean Bedlam’s intelligently hilarious show, Death To America, he will take you on a journey, with many twists and turns, that is anything but predictable. In this intimate and cosy setting (and by his own admission, a little chilly), you get a glimpse of a man who has had a lifetime of interesting experiences and shares his insights into the modern world of grown ups who are sitting in important positions, making the big decisions.

If you don’t mind sitting through an hour or so with a few fbombs thrown in, then you will enjoy a few unexpected belly laughs that will come from unpredictable moments that will keep you on your toes.

Sean Bedlam seems like a man who has a lot more to share than he can fit into this show. He’s the kinda guy you want to invite to your BBQ to pick his brain and spend hours chatting about the world.

Rating out of 5: 3.5

Venue: The Griffins Hotel
Season: Runs until 4 March
Duration: 1 hour
Tickets: $18.00 – $25.00

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