Garry Starr: Greece Lightning
An overzealous idiot attempts to perform all of Greek Mythology in less than 60 minutes in order to save his Hellenic homeland from economic ruin.
Never before has Medusa been looser, Achilles more sillies, or Uranus so heinous.
Having single-handedly saved the performing arts in 2018 with his multi-award-winning debut show, comic wunderkind Garry Starr returns with another anarchic masterclass not to be mythed.
"Uproariously funny...a superb, accessible clown" The Scotsman
"A genuinely unpredictable experience...surprising, brilliant and clever" Beyond The Joke (UK)
"A physical performer of the highest calibre" Broadway Baby
"Exquisite clowning...effortlessly likeable...an hour you won't want to end" The List
"A masterclass in silliness" Fest Mag
Winner BankSA Pick of the Fringe 2022
Presented by: Damien Warren-Smith
Damien Warren-Smith is an award-winning writer, producer and performer of live theatre and absurd comedy. Having grown up in various parts of regional NSW he ended up in Sydney where he trained at Actors Centre Australia. Upon graduation he moved to London where he worked with some of the UK’s biggest TV and theatre companies for over a decade as an actor and deviser. Damien retrained as a clown at École Philippe Gaulier in Paris and later the Atelier des Mime in Berlin. He collaborated with renowned comedy director Cal McCrystal for his breakout solo show Garry Starr Performs Everything which was nominated for both Best Newcomer & The Golden Gibbo at the 2018 Melbourne International Comedy Festival as well as a string of UK awards. This is his second solo show.
Reviews & Fringefeed Reacts
From the moment Garry Starr danced his way on stage it was minute by minute chaotic hilarity - Anastasia Lambis, Hi Fi Way
it is a manic, ridiculous and balls-out (literally) comedy show which requires a second viewing - Shane Berketa, See Do Eat Review
I have not laughed so hard for a very long time. - Fran Edwards, Glam Adelaide
Electrifying and hilarious - Gianluca Noble, InDaily
This weirdly wonderful show will have you in fits. - Adrian Hill, What's On In Adelaide