Looking for something new and refreshing? Why not check out Britain’s Nicky Wilkinson with her debut solo comedy show, Happy. You may have seen her perform before with her comedy duo, The Kagools and their comedy show, Tutti, which won Best Comedy Show by Adelaide Fringe Weekly in 2017.
Happy is an incredibly fun hour, with the addition of party pies and party favours! The show takes you back to childhood where parties were full of fun and games, not filled with longing for the party to be over so you can return to watching Netflix on the couch.
Happy brings a fresh breath of comedy with Wilkinson's observational humour drawing upon material that does not include Donald Trump or Harvey Weinstein. Wilkinson's relatable, down-to-earth humour wins over the audience and leaves them in stitches.
Wilkinson just wants you to leave with a smile on your face and that's exactly what she delivers with her debut solo show, Happy. The evening was probably the most fun I have had in ages and highlighting why Wilkinson is one to watch.
Wilkinson will only be performing at The German Club until this Sunday - so if you want to see something bright and refreshing, you better get in quick! Otherwise, if you are looking for something a little crazier, check out The Kagool's Tutti at The German Club.
Where: Lounge at The GC at The German Club
When: 27th February - 4th March
Tickets: From $18.00 here
Star rating: 4 out of 5 stars.
Header image via Nicky Wilkinson's Twitter
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