Sam Simmons says it how it is. After more than 11 seasons at The Garden Of Unearthly Delights the comedian knows the leafy Adelaide Fringe space inside out. The Garden is an ever-changing beast so to get a lay of the land we caught up with Sam for a chinwag and a tour ahead of his stand-up show Radical Women Of Latin American Art 1960 to 1985.
The comedian and star of new ABC Squinters (alongside Tim Minchin and Jacki Weaver) gave us some insight into the not-so-glamorous life as a performer, knobbly trees, furry Garden pals, and backstage bitching.
Catch his show at the Corona Theatre in the Garden Of Unearthly Delights until 18 March. It’s bound to be bonkers. Tickets start at $29/concession.
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