James Nokise: A Big Game - Adelaide Fringe Festival

James Nokise: A Big Game - Adelaide Fringe Festival

James has spent the last few years performing biting political satire, then Brexit happened, then Trumpocalypse happened. So this year it's jokes on sports, the ANZAC's favourite pastime! If Clive Palmer can quit politics, then so can James.

From Cricket controversies to running against Kiwi Olympians, and stealing other Olympians shoes. He'll theorise as to why NBA is the end of the All Blacks; how the Wallabies can save Australian sport, why he'd rather take on Johnathon Thurston than Sharon Layton; and why Gary Ablett may be Jesus. He's talking World Cups, World Champions, but no world events. May contain traces of politics.

"A joy to have on stage." - The Scotsman 
"intelligent, thought-provoking." - The Advertiser 
"fascinating... hilarious." - The Music

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Time & Date

Tuesday, 6 March 2018, 08:50 PM - Sunday, 18 March 2018, 09:50 PM


Cnr East Tce & Rundle Rd,
Rymill Park,
Adelaide CBD,
South Australia

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