A Lunchtime MBA

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1 Venue

Restaurant at Treasury 1860

Treasury 1860, 144 King William St, Adelaide, SA, 5000

Our venue is attached to the Adina Hotel, however Treasury 1860 is a seperate entity, and is the Bar, Restaurant and courtyard located within the Adina Hotel. We also lease the tunnels space from the Adina hotel during the Fringe. Access to our venue is through the Treasury 1860 front doors at 144 King William St.

Content warnings

G

Age Suitability:

G

Please note:

Some cheekiness but content will be Safe For Work

About this event

The business lunch is back! In this satirical lecture by Professor Longsword from The MBA School Of MBA Credentials you come for lunch and leave with a Master of Business Administration*. Why study for months or even years when you can be on your way to start living as high-flying CEO after a 1-hour Adelaide Fringe Show? You can choose between an MBA and show, or the premium option of Lunch with an MBA on the side, at Treasury 1860.


Whether you’re booking the office team in for an extended lunch break, looking to further your career or just want to make your parents proud this could be the life change you’ve been looking for.


Lunch from 12 please arrive by 12 pm for lunch, show from 1 pm, no food or during service during the show from 1-2.


“Professor Sebastian Longsword is my new hero” - Tim Ferguson


*Degree not recognised by most major educational institutions.


Directed by Glynn Nicholas.


Please note: there has been an update to the start time since the programme was printed. Lunch served from 12pm, performance will commence at 1pm.

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Presented by:
Steve Davis

Steve Davis is a stand up comedian who has also spent 20 years delivering marketing workshops in his day job as a marketer running Talked About Marketing. He holds an MBA! Robert Lloyd is an experienced business advisor working for a leading Business Organisation that cannot be named. Together, they have seen just about everything the business world and the world of business academia can produce. The result is a collaboration that will give audience members the truth about MBAs while also closing the door on either of them being approached to lecture at any university!

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