Earl Okin

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Musical Genius & Sex Symbol

Banquet Room, Festival Theatre, Adelaide. June 11 to 13.

Ensure a good jaw and cheek warm up before this performance, because Earl will have you in stitches!
Smooth, charismatic and deceiving appearances, from the moment he walks on stage Earl takes control of his audience, namely the women, with ironic humor and a slippery witt. Earl mostly has the ladies awkwardly and and excitedly giggling, but is sure to throw in a few jokes which only the blokes are likely to enjoy.
With a talented array of vocal trumpetting, Earl gives us an oral orchestral awakening.

The audience is instantly drawn into his charms. Opening the show with one of his well know numbers (as seen on TV's Spicks and Specks) "Come into my room," Earl quickly shows his audience what kind of show they are in for.

If comedy is about timing, Earl owns the clock, pausing perfectly for effect, the audience simply cannot dodge the laughs! Interspersing songs with a comedic routine this show is laugh a minute! Don't miss it.

Paul Rodda