Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls of all *legal ages - strap yourselves in because we’re going to Vegas. VIVA HANS VEGAS.
This year’s Fringe Festival presents Adelaide’s favourite German sausage, Hans (a.k.a the satirical creation of South Australian media identity, Matt Gilbertson) in his headline cabaret show, VIVA HANS VEGAS.
Berlin’s Boy Wonder is at it again, taking us on yet another comedic and theatrical journey from the comfort and excitement of the Garden of Unearthly Delight’s Spiegeltent. Part loving tribute, part satirical parody, Hans’ VIVA HANS VEGAS is Vegas, but not as we know it. Of course, the satirical element of this show has nothing to do with his invitation to perform at a Las Vegas casino that seemingly got lost in the mail…
From Bette Midler and Celine Dion, to Elton John and Cirque De Soleil; everything Vegas is getting the Hans treatment. Think sparkles, showgirls, scheisse and sequined hotpants.
Along with his five-piece band, The Ungrateful Bastards, and his troupe of dancers, The Little Bitches (you can guess what kind of show this is going to be, yeah?), Hans will sing, dance, and inappropriately reference his way along the world famous Las Vegas Strip… on a Hindley street budget.
With over a decade on the stage, and rave reviews from both his 2014 and 2015 Fringe acts, Hans’ latest spectacular, VIVA HANS VEGAS promises to treat you right.
For more information, visit his official website here.
What: Hans presents VIVA HANS VEGAS
When: 16 Feb, 10 & 12 March at 7pm
Where: Spiegeltent, The Garden of Unearthly Delights
All images via hansofficial.com
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