Have you ever had your boyfriend watch you pee into a bottle?
Josh Belperio has. Back from a sold-out fringe season, Josh tells the story of his bike accident, heralded by Andrew Bolt ‘man falls off bike, becomes star’. With original songs, witness Josh surgically dissect his hospital trauma ‘while leaving the audience in stitches’ – Scenestr.
Scarred For Life premiered at the 2017 Adelaide Cabaret Fringe Festival to sold-out audiences and unanimously positive reviews.
The 2018 Adelaide Fringe season received positive reviews and a Fringe Award.
In his first national tour, Josh Belperio will be riding his little red bike to Chapel Off Chapel in August to present a double bill with Melbourne musicians Damon Smith and Adam Coad. For more information, and to book tickets, head to chapeloffchapel.
Here is what critics had to say:
Here is what audience members had to say:
“...a highly entertaining and poignant reminder of life's fragility and love's power, told with great tenderness and wicked humour.”
— Pat Rix, CEO Tutti Arts
“I've never teared up in a show as much as this one.”
— Hew Wagner, Freelance Classical Singer
“... some great comical moments but also highlighted we should take every chance we're given and enjoy every moment.”
— Paul R. Brand, Moodle Administrator at Heathfield High School
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