Jessica Adie

is Doing Her Best

Venue, Date & Time

Factory Theatre

Wed 6th May 2020 - 7:00pm

Fri 8th May 2020 - 7:00pm

Show Duration

60mins

Ticket Price Range

$15.00 - $20.00

Recommended For

Ages 15+
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EVENT CANCELLED - Due to the current Coronavirus pandemic, this show has been cancelled. All Patrons will receive information from Ticketek regarding refunds.

Jessica Adie may not have a proper job, a boyfriend, or a driver's licence, but she does have a piano and is doing her best!

Jessica Adie is Doing Her Best is a collection of silly original songs and stories about life, love, and making a mess of it, but doing the best that you can.

After successful runs at Sydney Fringe Comedy and Bondi Feast in 2019, Jessica is stoked to be making her Sydney Comedy Festival debut.

“dextrous voice and a dry sense of humour…juggling between spoken stories and singing with endearing casualness…her personality ensures laughs all round” - Twenty Odd Reviewer

"Like Gillian Cosgriff or Tim Minchin if they forgot how to play the piano properly" - Hurtful audience feedback

REVIEW: Jessica Adie is Doing Her Best - Sydney Fringe Comedy 2019

22 SEP 2019 FELICITY ANDERSON aka TWENTY ODD REVIEWER

Jessica Adie is doing her best, okay?! In this musical comedy up in the cozy Matchbox Theatre (at Factory Theatre), Jess treats audiences to a slew of whimsical tunes.

Originally from Queensland, Jess performs a short and sweet set that weaves song and story as she recounts her years living in Sydney. She doesn’t have a license, boyfriend, or proper job, but she does have a red piano, dextrous voice and a dry sense of humour.

“...and I’ve written a song about it.” Rather than assuming any complex piano work, Adie rather opts for more simplistic melodies for her jokes and stories. It works really well. She handles the juggling between spoken stories and singing with endearing casualness.

A highlight of the night is a momentary departure from the light and funny, in which Adie breaks from a song to perform a slam poem written in the wake of criticism of Queensland post election. Although brief, Adie is able create a light hearted, sometimes tongue-in-cheek, and enjoyable night out.

The show concludes with a group sing-along with instrumental participation. This show is comfortably itself, Adie has created a playful night out as her personality ensures laughs all round.

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