A hilarious parody that highlights the ridiculousness of self-help books, motivational speakers and consciousness seminars into one random, interactive and intimate show. LA-based award-winning comedian Ross Everett is premiering his debut show at the Adelaide Fringe this year with Stop Stopping The Unstoppable.
In this intimate seminar Ross takes you from expecting expectations to appreciating appreciation, while wildly taking the piss of terms like energy, vibrations and awareness. There's an interactive side to this seminar too where you'll either be making up some weird dance moves, shouting affirmations with the audience or learning to love what you think is wrong with your life.
In a bizarre way, while taking the piss out of self-help and consciousness themes, hence "I bring them together to make you self-conscious", Ross actually raises some valid points about turning what you hate about yourself into something you can love. He brings you to 'love loving the unlovable' while making you laugh like crazy in between. It's a wonderful mix of parody, satire and realism and helps you "find your Hollyweed in life".
Where: The Producers Hotel, Grenfell St
When: 6pm, Feb 19th to March 3rd
Get your tickets here
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