Australia’s own Adam Vincent, is a popular stalwart of theMelbourne International Comedy Festival, and for the 25th MICF,brings his hilarious stand up show, Dad Feet, an engaging,intimate insight into his heightened sense of awareness as arecent first time father.
As pending fatherhood loomed, Adam wondered if he has DadFeet.
Dad Feet: They make you feel safe when you hear them comedown the hallway. They’re solid, smelly and carry a man who hasto make decisions.
This is a show that anyone who has experienced the pre-parentingpangs will love.
But it’s not just for the breeders. Adam Vincent takes a humorouslook at some rather frightening facts about everyday life, andenvironmental issues that offer us no choice.
Adam Vincent is renowned for delivering shows that areconsistently hilarious and evolving to a point where both show andperformer are simply undeniable.
He started his comedy career in Adelaide back in 1996. Aftercompeting in the national final of Triple J’s Raw Comedy hedecided to move to Melbourne.
In 2000 he wrote the play ‘Ronny Jr., The Illegitimate Son’ andperformed it in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Thatsame year Adam was national runner up in the semi professionalGreen Faces comedy competition. This followed a six-monthstint as the resident emcee of the original King Of The Ring atMelbourne’s old Comedy Palace.
Playing the Son of Ronald MacDonald was a risky change but notas risky as Adam’s next show, Two Comedians: $15, The Chanceto Throw Tomatoes: Pricele$$.
Yes – Adam encouraged the audience to throw tomatoes!
A year long stint in the United Kingdom touring up and downEngland, Scotland and Wales allowed Adam to hone his craft infront of international audiences, helping him create his own uniquebrand of comedy.
In 2008 Adam produced his underground hit Humans Anonymousthat won critical acclaim and was seen by Adam Hills as thebest show in that years Melbourne International comedy festivalthat year. Hills subsequently backed his younger counterpart byproducing his 2009 solo show Adam Vincent in Adamland and his2010 solo show Vital Signs at both the Melbourne and EdinburghFringe Festivals. Both shows won rave reviews from comediansand audiences alike.

Adam Vincent: Dad FeetVenue: Forum Theatre, Ladies LoungeDates: 31st – 24th April (not Mondays),Times: Tue – Sat 8.15pm, Sun 7.15pmTickets: Full $23.50; GP (4+) / Conc $18; Tightarse Tue $16Bookings: or at the door


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