The Garden Of Unearthly Delights – Corona Theatre, Sat 13 Feb
At his opening performance of Mr Clicketty Cane Plays Chopsticks, the skilled and iconic storytelling singer/songwriter Peter Combe interactively entertained children of all ages and parents alike. While playing his guitar and ukulele, Phil – the ‘one man orchestra’ – supported Combe on keyboard as the talented young stars of Theatre Bugs provided backup vocals along with interesting, beautifully executed choreography to both the new hits and the classic favourites.
The colourful stage and delightful costumes accompanied Combe’s Quirky Berserky (The Turkey From Turkey), along with the classic favourites Mr. Clicketty Cane, Newspaper Mama and Juicy Juicy Green Grass plus many, many more.
Peter Combe’s rendition of the classic fairy tale The Three Little Pigs enlightened the audience as to what happened with the big bad wolf at the end of the story. Did you know that The Three Little Pigs cooked the big bad wolf after he fell down their chimney of the brick house? Neither did I!
A blast from my past, Peter Combe continues to entertain children and the young at heart. A definite must see for children of all ages at this year’s Adelaide Fringe.
Peter Combe: Mr. Clicketty Cane Plays Chopsticks continues at The Garden Of Unearthly Delights – Corona Theatre from 1pm until Mon 14 Mar.
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