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6:45pm 24 June + 4pm 25 June

VENUE: His Majesty’s Theatre, Dress Circle Bar

“Still Alive (and Kicking)” is an extraordinary sharing of an extraordinary lived experience.

Accompanied by Dylan Paul on double bass and Julian Ferraretto on violin, singer and storyteller Gill Hicks guides us through a mesmerising hour where insights of life, through the reality of death, are powerfully shared using the languages of art, jazz and a spellbinding narrative of triumph over adversity.

This internationally acclaimed show won the much coveted Edinburgh prize at the 2021 Adelaide Fringe and is Gill’s first foray back into live theatre since the life-changing events of the 2005 London Bombings which left her with permanent injuries, most notably the loss of both her legs.

Despite the horror, she is grateful and euphoric that she is indeed still alive and able to keep kicking with her prosthetic legs!

★★★★★ “… a calling to all of us to relish the mundane as much as the magnificent.” — Steve Davis, The Adelaide Show

★★★★★ “If there is one thing worth doing this Fringe, it is spending an hour in a darkened room with Gill Hicks.” — Samela Harris, The Barefoot Review

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