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Yippee Ki Yay (the parody celebration of Die Hard)

Acclaimed, joyfully funny retelling of classic film Die Hard by Edinburgh Fringe First winner Richard Marsh. When gunmen seize an LA skyscraper, off-duty policeman John McClane is the hostages’ only hope. This uplifting action romp pays affectionate homage to the iconic 80s fan favourite. Essential viewing for Hans Gruber superfans and newcomers alike, the show comes to Adelaide following sell-out UK and US tours.

★★★★★ 'Beg, borrow or crawl through rat-infested air ducts for a ticket to this brilliant parody' Broadway World

★★★★ 'Die Hard fan or not, it guarantees happy trails' London Guardian

★★★★ 'Epically entertaining' London Times

★★★★ 'Exciting, poetic dramedy gem… simply to Die Hard for!' Scottish Mail

★★★★ 'Rollicking fun!' British Theatre Guide

★★★★ 'Genius creation' London Mail

 

Theatre and Physical Theatre • Comedy
United Kingdom • Australian Premiere

Fri, 16 Feb - Sun, 10 Mar

75 min

Main Theatre at Adelaide College of the Arts

$25 to $35

PG (2 Warnings)

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Reviews

  • ROFL 9
  • Hidden Gem 1
  • Mind-blowing 4
  • Standing ovation 14
  • A fun and unique evening out… the show closes with rapturous and well-warranted applause. - The Reviews Hub

  • Performed with energy and verve, this is an excellent homage to Die Hard and the obsession that often arises within fandom. - Starburst Magazine

  • An extraordinary one-man performance… a fantastic piece of theatre… flawlessly altering accent and mannerisms. - The Courier

  • a mesmerising, captivating, physical, funny, poignant at times and accurate look back at this historic piece of cinema history - Adelaide Review Team

  • This is Die Hard as you know it, and then some. Don’t miss it. - Mix102.3

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Reviews & Fringefeed Reacts

  • ROFL 9
  • Hidden Gem 1
  • Mind-blowing 4
  • Standing ovation 14
  • A fun and unique evening out… the show closes with rapturous and well-warranted applause. - The Reviews Hub

  • Performed with energy and verve, this is an excellent homage to Die Hard and the obsession that often arises within fandom. - Starburst Magazine

  • An extraordinary one-man performance… a fantastic piece of theatre… flawlessly altering accent and mannerisms. - The Courier

  • a mesmerising, captivating, physical, funny, poignant at times and accurate look back at this historic piece of cinema history - Adelaide Review Team

  • This is Die Hard as you know it, and then some. Don’t miss it. - Mix102.3

See more on the Fringefeed
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