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He’s the Irishman with an unmistakable grin and he’s been ‘being funny’ in Australia for as long as we can remember.
This fast-paced concoction kept the capacity crowd in the palm of its hands right from the overture to the final curtain calls.
The Hayloft Project’s fresh, exciting new take of The Suicide may occasionally veer towards overindulging its particular brand of humour at the expense of its narrative, but is nevertheless a relentlessly entertaining piece of theatre.
If you are looking for an alternative to the loud noisy ego-driven stand-up comics of the comedy festival, then this delicate absurdist confection is a must see.
This event has confirmed me as an instant and ardent fan, since it's quite simply and undoubtedly one of the best shows I've ever seen.
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