Thu 16th May 2019 - 7:00 pm
Fri 17th May 2019 - 7:00 pm
A twisted life, from the refugee camp to the stage.
Reflecting on how he ended up in Australia, after four years of living in the outback Oliver is actually feeling a sense of belonging. How? Because he finally knows how to handle a magpie attack. See him attempt to explain where he is coming from (childhood), and how that has shaped the way he thinks and feels about the world.
Oliver paints distinctions between himself and 'ordinary people', explaining how he had to survive by selling porn, and how that's not the working experience your next employer is looking for on your resume.
Unpacking his current fears, water and ISIS, Oliver's well-thought out arguments aims to poke holes in his own beliefs and ridicule what he once thought were solids principles underpinning his life.
“...amuses and makes the audience groan” Theatre People “...the spark of originality is there” Chortle
“His set was really clever and insightful and had me laughing the whole way through” Yak Media
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