Paul Dabek is a magician and comedian from the UK and is back for another Adelaide Fringe Festival, performing his adult show 'Nothing Up My Sleeve!', as well as his award winning magic show 'The I Hate Children Children's Show'. Paul is famous in the UK for performing on BBC TV and selling out shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. He's also performed and headlined shows on the Las Vegas strip and Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal, as well as touring six continents.
If you love a bit of banter, sexual innuendos and stand-up comedy thrown in with fantastically jaw dropping magic acts, then Paul Dabek is your man. We saw his show 'Nothing Up My Sleeve!' on Tuesday night at The German Club - Studio where he loves to interact with his audience and knows how to crack a funny. His ability to perform his tricks with absolute ease, coming up with banter on the spot and amazing shadow puppet skills will have you coming back the next night. We don't wanna give away too much as the show is much better experienced first-hand, but we suggest sit near the front so you can get as involved as possible. It's a bag of laughs and totally worth 5 minutes of slight embarrassment - trust us!
Paul is performing his children's show at Gluttony 4:30pm weekends only, and this show will even make the parents piss themselves with laughter! Paul likes to get all children 8 years and older involved in this show, and it's an experience they won't forget. For a bloke that ain't a fan of children, he sure knows how to make them laugh and gasp with excitement, it's even been named Edinburgh's top rated children's show.
Check out 'Nothing Up My Sleeve!' 12th February to 14th March 8pm at The GC Club 223 Flinders Street, Adelaide. Visit FringeTix and check out Paul Dabek's website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages for even more gags and cool tricks!
Header image via Paul Dabek Facebook Page.
Other images via Adelaide Fringe website.
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