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ED2012 Comedy Review: Aaron Twitchen’s Quarter Life Crisis (Aaron Twitchen / PBH’s Free Fringe)

By | Published on Thursday 23 August 2012

Aaron Twitchen believes everyone has experienced a quarter-life crisis. But the good news is that he knows how to help everyone through it. Relying on his own past experiences of this phenomenon as well as those of the audience, he proves that life isn’t so bad after all. It’s definitely a show the audience have to get involved with, taking part in various Q&As and games. Twitchen is a wonderful host in these situations, both relaxing the participant as well as having the ability to make fun of them (in a nice way of course). The show itself is brilliant fun and, although you may not be rid of your crisis, you’ll definitely leave with a smile.

Southsider, 4-25 August, 7.00pm.
tw rating 4/5 | Anna McDonald


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