Show type: Edinburgh Fringe 2010
Australian cult comedians Sam Simmons and David Quirk join forces creating an emotional roller-disco of the mind. Godot meets Point Break… in a shop. The rise and fall of an entire relationship in one hour.
pat latimer - 27/08/2010
I was very disappointed in this show and give it 1*. I just didn't get it. A total waste of £12 and an hour of my life. I spoke to several others in the audience afterwards and they were all equally baffled and disappointed. The only people who seemed to be laughing were a group of Fringe employees. Worst show I've ever seen in many years of festival visits. Don't go.
miss informaTion - 21/07/2010
Every part of this show is a masterpiece, crammed full of cringingly-honest, jaw-droppingly awkward manliness. As part of one packed Melbourne audience, I learnt about relationships, forts & le tan and was treated to some surprisingly well-voiced tunes. I highly recommend you get your tickets to see these guys before word gets around and you're doomed to sitting outside, straining for a snippet of mirth or a late night, snotty Gypsy cuddle. SENsational.