Intriguing title. Emma loves Unicorns and so when she was approached by Emma J Hawkins to work together on publicity for this creative show… she couldn’t say no!!
We invite you come and get lost down the rabbit hole with Emma J Hawkins, where Alice is probably drunk playing cards with Goldilocks and the three bears.
I am not a Unicorn! will debut at Adelaide Fringe 2016 at The Royal Croquet Club, 9pm, 12-21 February, 2016 (excluding Monday’s.) There will be an auslan interpreted show held on the 19 February at 9pm.
I am not a Unicorn! is peppered with moments so immersive that the audience truly gets to feel what it is like to walk in a short statured person’s shoes. Experience an engaging and light hearted look at life lived at 103cm short.
Emma is a keen supporter and advocate for fair representation of diversity in Australian performing arts specifically for artists with a disability. Although the show is often tongue in cheek and light, Emma also hopes to raise awareness for the acceptance of disabilities in the community and the perception of what is ‘normal’.
Emma J Hawkins enjoyed a magnificent debut at Melbourne International Comedy Festival in 2015 with reviews including:
“Equal parts hilarious, terrifying and arousing” – Karen Pickering, Cherchez la Femme
“Emma J Hawkins steals the show…like a cartoon character brought to life” –The Advertiser
Venue: The Royal Croquet Club – The Parlour, Victoria Square [Tarntanyangga]
Date: Friday 12 – Sunday 21 February
Time: Tuesday – Sundays 9pm
Price: Adult: $28.00, Conc: $23.00, Tues/Group 6+: $20.00 at adelaidefringe.com.au
Special event: Auslan Interpreted Show, Friday 19th February
If you would like to review this show or attend, please do contact Emma Lovell at Lovelly Communications directly: