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Weird Aussie Josh Glanc brings his critically acclaimed show Vrooom Vrooom back to the Soho Theater

Weird Aussie Josh Glanc brings his critically acclaimed show Vrooom Vrooom back to the Soho Theater
Weird Aussie Josh Glanc brings his critically acclaimed show Vrooom Vrooom back to the Soho Theater

After a sold-out run at the Soho Theater in July, a sold-out season at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, quirky Aussie Josh Glanc is bringing his critically acclaimed show Vrooom Vrooom back to the Soho Theater in September. Featuring his signature mix of outrageous characters, surreal sketches and original songs.

Ex-lawyer Josh ditched the stable profession to become a comedian, find his true self and unleash his inner ridiculousness. Two years of confinement spent between Melbourne and London (the 1st and 3rd most confined cities in the world), and not being able to pursue his newly chosen career, left him rethinking this choice. Vrooom Vrooom is about finding out why it wants to happen. The spirit of finding yourself, no matter how silly and flamboyant “you” are, is embedded in every character on the show and in every original song. Josh introduces us to a tortured lorry driver, a rosella trainer at an Australian wildlife sanctuary, and a rejected tree, all while jumping in and out of character to add personal insight into his sinister world.
Josh’s unique style fuses character, stand-up and song in a whirlwind of props, sound effects and costumes that regularly earn him flattering comparisons with fellow Australian eccentric Sam Simmons.

He has won several comedy awards for his one-man clown shows, including Best Comedy in Perth and Adelaide Fringes; the Brighton Fringe Touring Bursary and nominated for the prestigious West Australian Arts Editor Award.

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