Entertainment Hive 2017

Puppetry of the Penis

Adelaide Fringe, Arts Theatre, city

Review by Honey B

Luke McGregor is awkwardly charming. This young up-and-coming comedian packed out the small Spare Room in the Garden of Unearthly Delights and the audience warmed to his self-deprecating style. McGregor connects to his audience through humour - you can see him visibly shaking and wincing as he speaks. He doesn't seem to have a filter and his every thought comes out. This particular night, McGregor was a bit excited and he had several little movements he had to do. It was quite adorable. His stories are also very relatable as he spoke about everything from bullying to teenage jobs and how to date women. While this Tassie comedian may seem pretty scared to be on-stage, he's got a pretty winning formula and girls should be lining up to date this lovable future comedy star.
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