Australian Premiere


Comedy / Interactive
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73% of Australians think Donald Trump should be barred from making a state visit, so he's doing a fringe show instead! Immerse yourself in Trump's world before he blows it to kingdom come: this absurdist satire is as demented, hysterical and disturbed as the man himself. Come with questions for the leader of the free world, as part of the show involves The Donald answering (and mocking) his audience. After two sell-out Edinburgh Fringe seasons, Simon Jay's brilliant show makes its Australasian premiere.

'Remarkable satiric performance.' ★★★★ British Theatre Guide
'Provokes both fits of laughter and furious debate.' ★★★★ The List
'Audiences can fire questions, play golf and even help decide on policy: which country he would invade first, for example.' The Guardian


Important information:
Age Suitabilty: PG. This production contains smoke effects.

Presented by:
Simon Jay produced by James Seabright

Simon Jay is a performance artist and writer who has written a bestselling book about mental health and growing up gay, Bastardography. His 2016 show Trumpageddon, which he created and performs, enjoyed two consecutive sell-out runs at the Edinburgh Fringe before going on UK tour. He’s currently working on lots of new stuff, including an exhibition for his self-styled Anti-National Portrait Gallery.

James Seabright is an Olivier Award winning producer based in London’s West End, who has presented over 250 shows at the Edinburgh Fringe. Current London productions include Showstopper! The Improvised Musical, Loot by Joe Orton, and A Christmas Carol. His previous Adelaide Fringe hits include Potted Potter, Dinosaur Park and Bill Hicks: Slight Return.

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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 17 years it’s evolved into the greatest arts event in town and the heart of Adelaide’s summer arts festival season. In 2017 The Garden’s 14.4 acre precinct included 13 temporary performance spaces, hosted over a 1000 performances and engaged over 750,000 visitors across 31 days. Our programming is award-winning and internationally recognised, receiving 17 weekly Fringe Awards and 6 overall Fringe Awards in 2017. The Garden and its exceptional program of arts and entertainment create an electrifying energy throughout Adelaide each summer.

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Content Warnings

Coarse Language: Mild

Sexual References: Mild

Depicts Violence: Mild

Other Warnings: Smoke Effects.