The Big Giggle | Adelaide Fringe 2015 | Review

The Big Giggle Fringe 2015

As we took our seats in the Ukiyo tent, thankfully with cooling and bench cushions, we were warmly welcomed by Stacey from Ozstar Airlines.  Those in first class (front row!) were asked to kindly place any bags under their seats and our in flight entertainment began.  The Big Giggle had everyone laughing throughout the 50 minute performance which included audience participation more than once!

Each show includes an array of guest artists.  We were lucky enough to witness Crystal perform a very impressive hula hoop routine before she returned later in the show with a suspended acrobatic display.  The very funny Dandy Man with his hysterical juggling act also made an appearance.  Our host Stacey was engaging and entertaining, fabulous with the kids and even funnier with some of the adults!  She will ask for volunteers to perform too so put your hand up if you can hula hoop!

The DJ was Peter Baecker (80’s kids show) who stayed in the background until the end, but he will make you laugh just by grooving away to the tunes he plays dressed in his silver spandex bodysuit!  He finished off the show with a boogie session on the dance floor to some tracks to turn back time.  On the 40 degree day we attended the show the audience numbers were down, but the energy was high and he had just about every member of the audience out on the floor to strut their stuff.

This show is perfect for families with children of all ages and for those wanting a taste of a few different acts rolled into one show.

See the FringeTIX website for remaining performance times.


For more information about this artist visit the Bamboozled Productions website.

What The Big Giggle

When:  Adelaide Fringe 2015

Where Ukiyo at the Royal Croquet Club | Victoria Square, Adelaide

Who:  Rated G (suitable all ages)

Top image supplied by the Royal Croquet Club’s PR & Communications.

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