It’s probably got something to do with the fact he’s good looking and seems like a bit of a bad boy, so, if you’re into that, I’d go and see his show Wilarious at the Garden of Unearthly Delights before it finishes this Sunday.
Wil Anderson often makes the comment that you should see his show if you like d**k jokes, and there sure were a lot of them.
I wouldn’t go and see Wilarious if you’re big on political correctness, but no one in the crowd seemed offended, not even the kid he got to stand up while he told everyone that he looked like Harry Potter.
Wil Anderson has a very clever sense of humour. I got a sense that he wasn’t actually joking about a few topics, and he made some points that really left me thinking.
He also spoke very personally about some issues going on in his life which, made you feel kind of special that he was sharing them with you.
Overall it was a great show and very entertaining.
With so many shows on at the Fringe, you know someone as popular as Wil Anderson is a pretty safe option, and you won’t be disappointed.
Go see this if you enjoy social commentary over traditional stand up comedy.
Venue: The Vagabond, The Garden of Unearthly Delights, Rundle Park/Kadlitpinna, Cnr East Tce & Rundle Rd, Adelaide
Season: 8:30pm Friday 16 March to Sun 18 March 2012
Duration: 60 mins
Bookings: Fringetix 1300-FRINGE (1300-374643), Fringe outlets or online.