Fringe Review: Mr Snot Bottom’s Horrible Terrible Really Really Bad Bad Show

Mr Snot Bottom is back again with his delightfully disgusting antics in a brand new show destined to please both the kids and adults alike.

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4.5

Reviewed at the Garden of Unearthly Delights on 3 March 2019

Presented by Mark Trenwith

Mr Snot Bottom is back again with his delightfully disgusting antics in a brand new show destined to please both the kids and adults alike.

He has a little help this year from ‘Mr Sound Tech Guy’, whose grumpy presence makes it all the more entertaining. A large portion of the show is made up of Mr Snot Bottom trying to create the most exciting show opener ever, only to have obstacles to overcome all along the way leading to some hilarious interactions with audience members and Mr Sound Tech Guy.

Audience participation is encouraged and having randomly selected kids (and adults!) coming up on stage to play a part in the show makes for some hilarious and unexpected moments.

Prepare for some downright ridiculous larks. The kids will be jumping up and down in fits of laughter and the adults will feel like kids again, laughing at the silliest and most disgusting humour. Joking, singing, dancing and pure silliness galore!

Towards the end there is a song they sing that makes a point in conveying the importance of acceptance and appreciating everyone’s differences, which is a wonderful way to end the show.

If you’re offended by toilet humour and just plain old grossness, I wouldn’t recommend it but I can tell you right now you would be missing out on seeing your kids’ faces absolutely light up with pure joy and that’s priceless! You’ll be hearing Mr Snot Bottom’s name in your household for quite some time after, I can almost guarantee it!

Quote from a 5 year old “I had the funniest day ever in my life because that show was so funny! I laughed so much! Can we watch it again now?” as we were walking out of the venue directly after the show had ended.

Reviewed by Jo Stojanac

Venue: The Factory at The Garden of Unearthly Delights
Season: 9th – 11th March, 16-17th March 2019
Duration: 50 mins
Tickets: $15.75-$20 (family tickets available $72)

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