A world premiere theatrical comedy from award-winning artist Britt Plummer (Chameleon and The Baroque), Britt's on a quest to defy bureaucracy, hurdling the complexities of modern relationships whilst maintaining her sanity. Expect physical comedy, banging tunes and at least one hopeless romantic!
Directed by Jess Clough-MacRae (Attenborough and His Animals and MANBO)
Choregraphy by Paul Westbrook (Rouge)
“Britt commands the whole room - in this charming, quirky performance, you can’t help but feel a part of something. Yes. Yes. Yes.” Fringe Feed (Chameleon)
★★★★★ Fourth Wall, Chameleon
★★★★★ Fringe Feed, The Baroque
★★★★★ James Murphy, The Baroque
★★★★1/2 The Advertiser, The Baroque
★★★★1/2 Fourth Wall, The Baroque
★★★★ Gutter Culture, Chameleon
★★★★ Fest Mag, Chameleon
This event is taking place at the Yurt at Migration Museum, 82 Kintore Avenue, Adelaide, Kaurna Country.
Presented by: FRANK.
FRANK. presents original theatre works exploring the human condition with honesty, humour, and heart.
Previous works include: ‘Chameleon’ by Britt Plummer (Adelaide Fringe Emerging Artist Award) at Adelaide Fringe, Edinburgh Fringe, FRINGE WORLD, Rumpus Theatre Season 2020, and regional tour to SALT Festival and Whyalla. ‘The Baroque’, a collaboration with Swedish physical comedian Oliver Nilsson (The Mill and Adelaide Fringe ‘Centre Stage Residency’ 2020 / Adelaide Fringe ‘Best Emerging Producer’ Award 2021 - by MILKE).
In 2022, FRANK. produced 'Nella' by Julia Mayer, 'Hard To Reach Places' by Anna Lumb, 'A Not So Trivial Pursuit' by Hew Parham, and 'MANBO' by Sam Dugmore (Edinburgh Fringe Award Winner 2022), and 'Tea House' as part of Nature Festival a collaboration with Fallow.
Reviews & Fringefeed Reacts
Plummer and her work are in a class all their own! - Amanda Lancaster, Fourth Wall Media
Waves of recognition, sighs of resignation, and the small moments of held breath break through the near continuous laughter - Suzanne Moore, Gutter Culture
Plummer is a serious purveyor of social change intent on achieving her goal with perfected physical comedy. - Letti Ewing, Fest Mag
Britt is an utterly commanding performer; strong and silky in her movements, whip-quick and effervescent in her expressions. - Sophie Raynor, Fringefeed
Plummer is a delight. She is able to convey her encounters with a deft comic touch and the right amount of humanity and sentiment. - Suzanne Moore, Gutter Culture
A scene that may do for hand sanitizer what Ghost did for pottery. - James Murphy, EVENTalaide
Fans of rom-coms will love this Fringe-take on classic and fairytale love stories, and will fall for Britt’s authenticity and rawness. - Georgina Smerd, Glam Adelaide
This is high-end clowning, delivered with precision. One of the most charming shows of the Fringe. - Van Badham, Van About Town
This performer is a virtuoso at delivering focus, expressive physicality, and nuanced acting. - Lisa Lanzi, Theatre Travels