'SIDESPLITTINGLY FUNNY PHYSICAL COMEDY'
An overzealous idiot attempts to perform all of Greek Mythology in order to save his Hellenic homeland from economic ruin.
Never before has Medusa been looser,
Achilles more sillies,
or Uranus so heinous.
Having single handedly saved the performing arts with his multi-award-winning debut show, comic wunderkind Garry Starr returns with another anarchic masterclass not to be mythed.
'Sidesplittingly funny physical comedy'
'This hour of madcap mayhem needs to shoot straight to the top of your must-see list'
Scottish Daily Mail
'An adrenaline rush of absolute irreverence'
British Theatre Guide
'Utter chaos - in the best way possible'
Sydney Morning Herald
'Garry Starr deserves a seat in the pantheon of physical comedians'
🏆 WINNER - Best Physical Theatre & Circus 🏆
Sydney Fringe 2022
🏆 WINNER - Best Comedy 🏆
Manchester Fringe 2018
🏆 WINNER - Emerging Artist 🏆
Adelaide Fringe 2018 Weekly
🏆 WINNER - Tour Ready Award 🏆
Adelaide Fringe 2018
Disgraced actor Garry Starr defies his critics by performing every style of theatre imaginable, thus saving the performing arts from extinction. Starr tears through genres with little regard for personal safety and even less regard for art.
Nothing is sacred during this ‘masterclass in mockery’ (London Evening Standard). From Classical to Physical Theatre, Burlesque to Butoh, Melodrama to Mask; even Cirque Nouveau and contemporary ‘Euro Theatre’ get the Garry Starr treatment.
Directed by Cal McCrystal (The Mighty Boosh, Spymonkey, Paddington 1 & 2)
'An anarchic play-date with a six-foot-two toddler with a mop of fuzzy hair, no inhibitions and far too much raspberry cordial on board. It’s an exhilarating feeling'
‘From now on, any one-man comedy show I watch will be measured against the Garry Starr bar, and believe me that bar is now incredibly high’
New Zealand Herald
‘Uproariously funny...a superb, accessible clown’
‘A drama masterclass, leading us from clownish chaos to feats of comic genius.’
London Evening Standard
‘Hilarious…Starr’s comic sensibility has broad appeal’