Weeping Spoon Productions debuts new comedy The Ballad of Frank Allen at Fringe World

From the bizarre mind of Fringe favourite Shane Adamczak (Trampoline, Zack Adams, 3-time Canadian Just For Laughs award nominee and producer of the Award-winning ★★★★★ Fringe hits This Is Not A Love Song and Vicious Circles) comes a brand new comedy about how even the smallest people can do big things.

When a scientific accident causes a mild-mannered janitor to shrink and get stuck in another man’s beard, their unlikely friendship might be exactly what the two directionless men need to set them on the path toward being better men.

Featuring two of WA’s most established indie theatre performers: Shane Adamczak (Trampoline, Zack Adams and Greg Fleet’s This Is Not A Love Song) and St John Cowcher (The Red Balloon, Farm and The Adventures Of Alvin Sputnik), Weeping Spoon Productions are delighted for their latest work to make it’s world debut as part of the 2016 Fringe World Festival.

Combining physical theatre, storytelling, musical comedy and indie-rock, The Ballad Of Frank Allen promises to be a fringe experience like no other and one of the most weird and original shows you’ll catch at this year’s Fringe World Festival!

The Ballad of Frank Allen
16 – 20 February
All shows 7:30pm
The Blue Room Theatre (Studio)
Perth Cultural Centre, Northbridge
Tickets $25

Booking info: summernights.org.au / fringeworld.com.au


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