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Using her sardonic wit to showcase her own failure in marriage, relationships, parenting and more, this comedic look at doing terribly at life is relatable, fun and celebrates the downright depressing.
The banality of Costco, parenting and rearing children in the suburbs is the backdrop to her central theme of falling forever short of a perfect life.
Her perfectionism sees her frantically trying to rearrange the pieces to achieve an impossible goal while hilariously retelling the journey through high energy act outs and a killer Australian accent (she worked hours on that). There are some problems even maple syrup can't handle!
The show is perfect for anyone who has ever had a kid or a mum, or is married to a mum or one day hopes to be a mum.
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Basically if youíre human you will relate to this show.
Fairbairn says, ďI was so worried about being perceived as a failure as a mother, but itís impossible not to fail. I fail a thousand times a day and I only recently realized that itís the best part. Failing is hilarious because if you donít laugh, you cry. Big ugly sobbing with lots of snot type of crying.Ē
When: March 3rd at 7:15 pm (duration 60 minutes)
Where: Warehouse at The Producers, 235 Grenfell St, Adelaide
Price: Full price $15 or Concession $10
Age suitability: Over 18
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