2024 Cabaret Fringe Festival - 24 May to 2 June

Closure at a Self-Serve Checkout

Bobbie Viney

Past Event

Tue 30th May 2023, 7.00pm
60 mins

Rating: R 18+ - Restricted

Main room @ My Lover Cindi
2/192 Pirie St
Adelaide, SA, 5000

She's back... this time, with spicy updates.

Ever been ghosted by a Gemini? Burned by yet another boy with a moustache? Then this show is for you, baby.

In a snappy 60 minutes of original comedy songs and witty audience banter, Bobbie tells the niche yet oh-so-relatable stories of love, life, and being ghosted by a boy with a moustache. This is a show about taking our depressed and broken hearts of the past and finding ways to move on by having a laugh about it all. It is honest, it is raw and it is a little bit cheeky.

Closure at a Self-Serve Checkout debuted at the Adelaide Fringe this year, where it took audiences by storm and won the Weekly Award for Best Emerging. Running on adrenaline, Bobbie took her debut solo show to her hometown in Melbourne for the Melbourne International Comedy Festival to almost sold-out audiences every night.

Now, she is bringing it back to Adelaide for ONE NIGHT ONLY! Better than ever before and with some juicy updates... ;)

One reviewer said that "this girl is going places". So you better hurry up and see her before she goes!

'A brilliant piece of work... It's not hard to see that Bobbie has something special here. ★★★★★' Weekend Notes.

'One cracker of a performance. ★★★★½' Your Local Hok.

'Bobbie is the definition of fun and quirky and her ability to keep a room comfortable and captivated is truly a talent of hers. ★★★★½' The A Review.

'Hilarious and moving lyricism. ★★★★' The Adelaide Show Podcast.

'A show that revolves around Bobbie Viney baring her heart to the masses with a vulnerability that is saturated with humour,' The Adelaide Show Podcast.

'The show to see this year. ' Weekend Notes.

Bobbie stands in a supermarket self-serve checkout with her white keyboard piano, holding a banana up to her ear like a phone. Her expression is exasperated. Photo credit: Bobbie Viney and Bodhi Maeder