Life’s a party. At some point we all have to leave; some of us just choose when. Through the art of storytelling, live musical soundscapes, and spoken word, Twenty Minutes to Nine is an autobiographical piece dealing with loss. It is raw, honest, funny and heartfelt.
In 2016, Amanda found her self dealing with the loss of multiple friends and relatives, mirroring a year from her early twenties. Dealing with these pivotal life moments in the way she knows best, by telling stories and remembering the good times.
Twenty Minutes to Nine was nominated for ‘Best Performance’ in Melbourne Fringe 2017 and is an Adelaide Fringe debut!
“So simple and so honest it is positively magnificent.” ★★★★ – What Did She Think
“Wonderfully refreshing and frank” – Fringe Review, UK
Contains course language, adult themes, themes of suicide and death.
DATES: 26th, 27th, 28th February, 1st, 2nd & 3rd March