at Arkaba Hotel - Top of the Ark
Saturday, 21 April 2018 from 7:30 PM + Add to calendar21/04/2018 19:3021/04/2018 19:30Australia/AdelaideFrenchy: Sex, Drugs and RollerbladesFrenchy: Sex, Drugs and Rollerblades Saturday, 21 April 2018 from 7:30 PM (Cen. Australia Standard Time) Organiser Reception 0883381100 email@example.com Address Arkaba Hotel - Top of the Ark 150 Glen Osmond Road Fullarton SA 5063 Australia Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/64811/frenchy_sex_drugs_and_rollerblades.aspxArkaba Hotel - Top of the Ark
150 Glen Osmond Road
Fullarton SA 5063
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Frenchy is back - bigger, better and lankier than ever! After selling out 2018 Australian festival seasons, Edinburgh Fringe in the UK and a successful regional tour of Oz, Frenchy is ready to hit the road again with a brand new show.
With the language of a sailor and the face of a boat, Frenchy’s live shows involve killer one-liners,crowd work, bogan ballads, stories & jokes you won’t be able to repeat the next day.
Frenchy may cross a line at times, or all the time, but he pulls it off with his raffish charm… or as Scenestr put it, “With cringe-worthy jokes that you just know you shouldn’t laugh at, to straight up side splitters, his comedy is incomparable, unpredictable, offensive and downright humorous gold. If you missed it, you missed out!”
Don’t miss out on another epic show from the hilarious, relatable beanstalk his 3 million social media followers know and love as Frenchy!
"sublimely unexpected... had the audience in stitches" Reviews Hub (UK)
"bags of stage presence, great timing and delivery" FringeReview (UK)
"Inappropriate a yet hilariously relatable, Frenchy works his extremely diverse crowd like no other. With cringe-worthy jokes to straight up side splitters, his comedy is incomparable, unpredictable, offensive and downright humorous gold. If you missed it, you missed out!" Scenestr
"quick wit, rapid-fire comic delivery and onstage charisma and authority" Herald Sun
Tickets $34.50 (inc booking fee) / Concession $28.50 (inc booking fee)
Doors open 6.30pm, show starts 7.30pm
Under 18s must be accompanied by parent/guardian.