SÉAYONCÉ

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2 Venues

The Pocket at Stirling Fringe

Stirling Lawns / Piccadillyangga (Coventry Library Lawns), 63 Mt Barker Rd, Stirling, SA, 5152

Campanile at The Garden of Unearthly Delights

Rundle Park / Kadlitpina (Park 13), Rundle Rd and, East Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia

Content warnings: M

Coarse Language:

Occasional, Mild

Nudity Level:

Occasional, Mild

Sexual References:

Occasional, Mild

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About this event

"Do you believe in love... afterlife?" ~ Ghost of Cher

Presenting the late great ghost whisperer... SÉAYONCÉ!

Join this dragtastic seance; for those lonely souls in desperate need of the camp ecstasy of cabaret & character-comedy.

Prepare yourself as Séayoncé summons tales of their sordid past and your bleak future and conjures celebs from the spirit world.

As the only clairvoyant in the room with a microphone Séayoncé holds all the cards (mainly tarot). So it's time to open your third eye... and your legs, as the baddest b*tch in history lubes up to MYSTIC it to you!

"Queer, overboard and full of vice" ★★★★★ LondonBoxOffice.

"Outrageous, blasphemous and daftly infectious" The List.

"Side-splitting" Radio HaHa.

Developed with support from SOHO THEATRE Young Company

Presented by:
Jared Stevens with Daniel Wye

Jared Stevens presents up and coming queer artists at the Adelaide Fringe. His focus is on stories that deserve to be told, and need to be heard.

Whether those stories simply make you laugh, or change the way you see yourself and the world around you, celebrating & creating more platforms for a queer narrative is just one of the ways that we will achieve true equality.

Daniel Wye is a comedian and actor from London, he has worked in theatre, short-film, educational and feature films. He is also a writer, director, with experience spoken word poetry, clowning, dancing, singing, modelling, and improvisation.

His Edinburgh Fringe debut season of Séayoncé in 2018 received rave reviews, packed houses, and international attention. This is Dan’s Australian Premier, direct from Soho Theatre UK

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