Things are gonna get weird.
Perth’s notorious crooner Tomás Ford plays a rare hometown show of his favourite songs from thirteen lucky years of thrilling crowds at festivals, clubs and the kind of pubs you’d rather avoid. His multimedia cabarets are dark, twisted fun imbued with the spirit of punk.
You may have seen him as the hyperactive DJ at his idiot club night Crap Music Rave Party… this takes that twisted sense of humour to make something darker. Something kinda like David Lynch directing a Pet Shop Boys music video where they sing Doug Anthony Allstars songs in a dive bar at 2am. Or something. I did tell you things are gonna get weird. It’s seen him pick up glowing reviews, awards and a cult audience at festivals around the world and at Perth’s Fringe World where he’s become A Bit Of A Thing.
This new live show features new arrangements and videos, mad covers and his predictably unpredictable showmanship in the intimate surrounds of Four5Nine.
“Raucous, riveting.” – Time Out London
“Funny, intriguing and sexy.” – Theatre Press
“What sort of person creates a show as deranged as this? But then again, what kind of person am I to be enjoying it?” – ThreeWeeks
‘A terrible, horrific, offensive affront to traditional cabaret. And I loved every minute of it.‘ Adelaide Theatre Guide