Presented by The Latebloomers
Three bakers, one bakery! Dough up the walls, flour in your eyes. In the midst of a rapdily changing world, a family of traditional bakers fight to keep their business from crumbling and thier family bond from tearing apart!
The Bakers is an energy filled hour of spontaneous, anarchic physical comedy that moves and inspires its audience. Join The Latebloomers, award winning creators of Scotland!, for another dose of the ridiculous and the sublime.
Tickets sold through holdenstreettheatres.com and adelaidefringe.com.au
Praise for The Bakers
★★★★★ "This is a must-see this Fringe" - Krystoff RAW
★★★★ "unfailing energy and imagination" - The Advertiser
★★★★ "I’d urge you to go see them for an hilarious night out" - GLAM Adelaide
Praise for The Latebloomers
★★★★★ 'Simply pure gold' - FringeFeed
★★★★★ 'Wickedly funny' - All About Entertainment
WINNER 'Weekly Comedy' - Fringe World 2020
WINNER Best Comedy Weekly Award - Adelaide Fringe 2019
WINNER Spirit of the Fringe Award - Paris Fringe 2018
WINNER Inspiration Award - Prague Fringe 2018
Shortlisted Creative Award & Performance Award - Prague Fringe 2018
Third Place Audience Award - Prague Fringe 2018
Oliver Nilsson (Sweden) Oliver studied at the University of Lerum in Sweden, specialising in Theatre Arts, at the Skara Skolscen Theatre School, and at the Jacques Lecoq school. He has played Romeo in Romeo and Juliet, Garcin in No Way Out by Jean Paul Sartre and Hendrik Hofgen in Mefisto by Ariane Mnouchkine. He has created many shows for children and ran workshops in refugee camps in Sweden.
Sam Dugmore (Australia) Samuel Lachlan Dugmore began his performance career at the University of Wollongong in NSW, Australia in 2006 with a Bachelor of Creative Arts majoring in Performance. Upon graduating in 2008 he worked professionally for 3 years with theatre company Brainstorm Productions touring educational shows Australia wide. In 2011 he expanded his career into film and television and has featured in over 35 short films. He has also featured in television commercials and shows. Sam is a graduate of the international theatre school, Ecole Jacques Lecoq (2015-17) and is a performer and divisor with award winning theatre companies Cut Mustard and The Latebloomers. He continues to tour festivals and theatres worldwide and is an experienced theatre practitioner running workshops in the Lecoq Technique.
Jonathan Tilley (UK) After studying at Oxford University, Jonathan worked as an actor and writer before going to the Jacques Lecoq theatre school. He has played Darcy in Pride and Prejudice by Simon Reade, George III in The Madness of George III and he directed One Minute by Simon Stephens for Putney Arts Theatre in London. He has led workshops for the Bristol Old Vic Young Company, Unique Voice and Oxford Summer Courses in India and Singapore
OUR COVID PLAN
HST is incredibly excited to present a safe and secure Fringe Program. To ensure public safety we have implemented a COVID Safe plan. Social distancing, density and hygiene practices will be adhered to at all times. Only attend the event if you are feeling well. If you have any COVID-19 symptoms please ensure you get tested as soon as possible and follow social isolation guidelines until you recover.
If you are unable to attend your event please call 8225 8888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your ticketing options.
The safety and health of our patrons, staff and performers is our main priority and we will do everything we can to ensure a fun and safe evening out.
Genre: Comedy/Physical Theatre
Season: Fringe 2021
Dates: 16th - 21st Mar
Duration: 60 min
16 - 21 Mar: 6:30pm
21 Mar: 1:30pm
General Admission: $28
Group (6+): $25
Bank SA: $21.75
Double Your Applause: $56
Venue: The Arch
34 Holden Street, Hindmarsh SA 5007
FREE PARKING AVAILABLE
HST are making every effort to make our performances accessible to all patrons. Accessible seating is available in The Arch.
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