Loose Ends

Children's
AUS/GER
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"An outstanding piece of children's theatre" The Mercury

Last year's Fringe Award Nominee is coming back with this wonderful show full of wacky thingamabobs, naughty puppets and madcap clowning.

With a touch of Wallace and Gromit and Mr. Bean, Loose Ends creates a magical inventor's world full of little wonders and big laughs. A soulful tale about friendship...and all the messy bits that come with it.

Loose Ends is a quirky mix between clown powered theatre, tinker experience and a touching story.

It is a show that is visually bold, non-verbal, touching and always surprising, pushing the themes of inventiveness and connection. Everyday objects get re-invented in this story of a man finally facing his fears.

It is funny, it is sad, and in the end it is uplifting and encouraging.

Important information:
Age Suitability: G

Presented by:
Jens Altheimer

Jens Altheimer is a theatre deviser and performer, specialising in visual theatre for families. He also adventures in arts project around concepts of kinetic installation. Trained at the Lecoq International School of Theatre in Paris, he relocated from Europe to Melbourne in 2009. He is the zealous frontman of his one-man shows, quirkologist, established collector, inventor and transformer of thingamabobs and other wondrous oddities of day to day life.

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The Garden of Unearthly Delights

The Garden of Unearthly Delights remains unrivalled as Australia’s most vibrant and dynamic festival precinct. Each year, The Gardeners, a partnership between Strut & Fret Production House and Buxton Walker, create a unique festival playground including multiple performance venues, bars, carnival rides, an array of world foods, market stalls and the most unexpected sideshow surprises. The Garden began with just one Spiegeltent in 2000. Over the past 18 years it’s evolved into the greatest arts event in town and the heart of Adelaide’s summer arts festival season. In 2018 The Garden’s 14.4 acre precinct included 16 temporary performance spaces, hosted over a 2788 performances and engaged over 700,000 visitors across 31 days. Our programming is award-winning and internationally recognised, receiving 14 weekly Fringe Awards and 5 overall Fringe Awards in 2018.

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