Last year, an Adelaide Fringe show encountered a wee little hiccup. Or in this case an asthma attack. Usually you don’t head into a Fringe show expecting a medical emergency, but in the case of Paul Dabek and his show of magic tricks and giggles, Gemma Winter experienced the unexpected…
“I’ve caught up with her this time around to give her a couple of free tickets and a paper bag to breath into, JUST IN CASE!” says Paul.
All the way from the UK, you can find Paul busting tricks and making funnies in his adult show Nothing Up my Sleeve at the Fringe’s new G.C venue. The show will see Paul perform some of his strongest and most fooling magic he has ever presented on stage; you’ll find no cliché trapdoors or rabbits out of hats here, just straight mind- blowing magic with everyday objects and comedy delivered with his own unique British brand of banter. There’s even a puzzling trick involving a banana. Let’s just say, appropriate for ages 16 and up guys!
Paul returns to the Adelaide Fringe after a sold out season at Edinburgh Fringe Festival with Nothing up My Sleeve as well as his internationally acclaimed, award winning children’s show “The I Hate Children, Children’s Show” at Gluttony every weekend of the Fringe.
When: 12 February – 14 March
Where: GC (The German Club)
When: 12 February – 14 March, weekends at 4.30pm
Where: The Speakeasy, Gluttony