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Book it in with Mooney Lawrence Mooney is having a good hard look at his life in his latest Adelaide Fringe show, Like Literally. The popular comedian has been asked by a publisher to write his memoir and the request has spawned this show. Click here to read our interview with Lawrence Mooney and also for you chance to win one of five double passes to his comedy show, Like Literally, in the Garden of Unearthly Delights. Dirty deeds read out loud Imagine if your Dad wrote a dirty book. Most people would try to ignore it and pretend it had never happened - but not Jamie Morton. Instead, he’s decided to read it to the world in this hilarious comedy podcast. With the help of his friends, Jamie reads a chapter a week and discovers more about his father than he ever bargained for. For the first time ever My Dad Wrote a Porno LIVE is coming to Australia. Do not miss seeing this world famous podcast, with 50 million downloads, LIVE! My Dad Wrote A Porno will tour  Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth throughout August. For complete tour and ticketing info visit livenation.com.au  Fringe funny five answered Brave Adelaide Fringe performers have taken up the challenge to answer Entertainment Hive’s Fringe Funny Five. Comedian Nick Cody and Zachary Ruane from sketch comedy troupe Aunty Donna get creative with their answers. Read Cody’s answers here and click here to find out more about Aunty Donna. Home of theatre at Holden Street Holden Street Theatres has again created an amazing theatrical program for its Adelaide Fringe season. This year, Holden Street presents Angel by Henry Naylor and Scorch by Stracey Gregg. Angel is the story of a modern legend; the Angel of Kobani a female sniper who held ISIS in check for more than a year in war-torn Syria, while Scorch is an intimate performance by Amy McAllister who portrays a troubled teenage girl whose new relationship leads to devastating effects legally and personally. Other highlights in the program include Australian comedy star Greg Fleet’s production of Signifying Nothing and Funtastico! which incorporates strong moments of magic, illusions, modern clowning and fun for the whole family. Tickets are available through Holden Street Theatres and Fringetix
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