Love/Hate Actually

Comedy (theatre, satire)

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  • Accessibility:
    Sight not needed
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Description

Amy loves it. Natalie hates it. Who's right? Amy thinks the 2003 film Love Actually represents everything good about the human experience of love. Natalie thinks it's unrealistic and manipulative crap. Part double-act, part film lecture, part game show, this two-woman comedy showdown asks whether Love Actually is the ultimate romcom... or ultimately terrible. What will you decide? 'This is brilliant' (Scenestr.com.au). 'Raucously funny' (TheCreativeIssue.com.au). 'An absolute treat' (4ZZZ). 'Sweet, cheesy and funny' (ThisIsRadelaide.com.au). 'Packed full of entertaining commentary' (ArtsReview.com.au).

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Anne-Marie 50 days ago

Hilarious. Just loved this 2 woman combo game-show / film critique, very clever and very funny, Amy and Nat play so well off each other. Also, the jacarandas in the Brisbane film clip did make me very homesick. Come back next year!

Cate 53 days ago

A thoroughly enjoyable hour. These two Australian girls are mega talented and witty............love the expressions on their faces. It was so funny and without giving anything away, we laughed so much in the final sketch that we nearly cried. A total tonic.!!!!!
Get along to see Natalie and Amy.....before it's too late.

Naomi Sargeant 53 days ago

Thoroughly enjoyed this funny, analytical breakdown of one of my favourite films! I smiled from ear to ear for the whole hour. Thank you ladies.

Alison Payne 59 days ago

wish i'd seen this with my daughter who is a huge Love Actually fan.. 2 enthusiastic Aussie girls that have lots to say about the film and why we love it even if it is highly flawed.. about friendship, love and Christmas..

Harriet Wood 59 days ago

A fabulous tale of two friends and their love hate relationship around a Christmas classic! Witty, wild and just enough wintery! Put a permanent smile on my face, a real feel good hour! Perfect after work pick me up and am contemplating taking more friends and going again!

Emma Boag McGlynn 61 days ago

I saw this show advertised on Facebook and given my husband loathes this film and I loathe bits of it, I thought it would be a good one to see together. It was a simply put together, funny examination of the film and I felt vindicated realising that then it’s that bug the hell out of me also bug everyone else. The format was good, could be repeated with many other films and the hosts were very likeable and relatable. Altogether a very enjoyable hour.

Katie Monk 62 days ago

This is a lovely show! Funny and sweet and smart. Go!

Gillian Nelson 63 days ago

Brilliantly written and performed. Go see it, even if you haven't seen the movie!

Evan Davis 65 days ago

Wonderfully performed and humorous show with a lot of variety packed into an hour, from data analysis of the movie to audience participation (voluntary) and a bit of Carry-on.

If you have recently seen the movie "Love Actually" (most likely last Christmas...because you love it) or it's been a long while (because you can't stand it), this is the show to see!


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FringeReview 53 days ago

I’ve thought long and hard about how to review this show at the Edinburgh Fringe. If you are interested, a fan, and knowledgeable to some extent about the movie Love Actually, a Christmas favourite in Australia (where this group hail from), then this show is for you. It may well...

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