Good Manners Gone Bad

Comedy (theatre, solo show)

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Ever wondered what happens when nice manners go head to head with a Russian gangster? In a fusion between theatre, comedy and cabaret, James McLean is a one-man theatre company and presents the 'brilliantly acted' **** ( story of Peter Hart, a man too polite for his own good. James conjures up and switches between characters in a delightfully schizophrenic display of different personalities. A polite storytelling farce with mysterious bosses, annoying colleagues and nice manners. #MadeInAdelaide 'Original, quirky and consummate... Don't be rude and miss it!' **** (Advertiser). 'Quirky, funny and charismatic' **** (

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