The Choir of Man Fringe Review
A show infused with music, laughter and unforgettable dance moves. The Choir of Man is a must see show at the Adelaide Fringe this year, bringing their hit performance from the Edinburgh Fringe 2017 to the Flamingo tent in Gluttony.
Set in a local dusty pub, or as they like to call it the jungle. Saturated in humour and manhood, the performance draws attention to the sentimental value a local pub can have. Demonstrated by cast members through their good, bad and unspeakable times.
A perfectly harmonised and all male cast provides a feel good show packed with enthusiasm and talent, and if you’re lucky enough they might even shout you a beer. It is a sing-a-long show that oozes with charisma as the cast sing, dance and even sink a cheeky beer or two through a range of genres. Creating an energy packed atmosphere that gets every age group singing along in their seats.
It’s impossible to keep a straight face throughout off your face throughout the entire performance. If you are looking for a night that involves a few cheeky drinks, laughs and classic songs you can sing along to, I strongly suggest you check out The Choir of Man.
Written by Georgia Aoukar