Presented by Accidental Productions Reviewed 7 Oct 2016 Are you in need of a good laugh? Well, get yourself down to the Bakehouse Theatre and buy a ticket for Out of the Ordinary. It will cure your ills and leave you feeling better about life! The story is about a girl who just wants to be […]
This is a very funny production, filled with adult humour, quirky characters and slickly presented, a good effort from everybody. Thirty five years old, it is does not have the shock value that it might have once had, but it still had the audience laughing throughout.
Accidental Productions have a challenging and rewarding performance on their hands that is likely to sell out, so do not wait too long to get yopur tickets.
Book your tickets, pop along to the cosy foyer of the Bakehouse for a glass of something before the show, and treat yourself to a great night out. This production has everything going for it, make sure that you go for it, too.
Joh Hartog, has hit on a winning script at a time near the end of a dreary winter when we could all use a good laugh, and there are plenty to be had here.
This is a fast paced and hilarious hour as Ross Daniels plays a string of diverse characters, from pirates and ninjas to voice over artists and much more.
These are well-written and tightly directed little gems, concise yet with solid commentary on family relationships.
Todd Gray and Nic Krieg are 2009 graduates from Flinders University Drama Centre and they presented a self-devised and directed hour of comedy.
This is a collection of very short plays with a linking motif; the ubiquitous umbrella. Every play involves at least one umbrella.
This production is a collection of three short plays by Ethan Coen; Waiting, directed by Dee Easton, Four Benches, directed by Mark Fantasia, and The Debate, directed by Joh Hartog.
It consists of numerous short scenes that appear to revolve around the same group of people.The quiz scenes drew plenty of laughs, and the audience clearly related to the idea of a place where all of your lost property ends up.