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Gillian Cosgriff - To The Moon & Back
 

★★★★★ “An hour with Ms Cosgriff is not one you’re likely to want back.” – The West Australian

After two sold-out seasons at FRINGE WORLD Festival, Gillian Cosgriff returns to Perth to perform the Australian premiere of her brand new show!

Gillian has concerns about the future. You might say she has chronophobia (fear of the future), or gamophobia (fear of marriage), or phobophobia (fear of fears). Probably not that last one. She is collecting fears like moths in jars. Which she also has a fear of. Mottephobia. And space. After venturing out to see Gravity with a throbbing hangover she also has astrophobia. Seriously, name me one space movie where nobody dies. You can’t, can you? I knew it.

It’s just that when Gill thinks about the future, instead of seeing dazzling new horizons and exciting possibilities, all she can think about is the impending doom of the probable apocalypse. Did you know that scientists believe the 21st century will achieve 1000 times the progress of the 20th century? OH GOD.

This award-winning cabaret star has been garnering accolades for the last five years with her unique brand of musical comedy. See her now, before the world inevitably ends...

Noodle Palace
19 Francis St, Perth
February 3-6 & 10-13, 9:10pm

Midlandia
Midland Junction Arts Centre
February 18-20, 7:40pm

Tickets
http://www.fringeworld.com.au/program/event/81769afc-8830-4228-8902-51796d97d992/

 

Venue:
Dates: Thursday 15 February 2018 – Thursday 15 February 2018
Bookings:

 

 

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