I'm a 26 year old male Senior Reporter for Weekend Notes. I Graduated from A Bachelor of Arts (Creative Writing and Communication) at UniSA in 2014. As well as writing for WN I have also done pieces for the Adelaide 36s and Mawson Lakes Living.
A very weird Christmas special
The Kransky Sisters are back for Christmas. They've forgone the sleigh for a Morris Major and have brought their utensils and macabre, offbeat tones to complement our tinsel and Christmas cheer.
After a sell-out 2016 season, Mourne, Eve and Dawn make their ecstatic and apathetic return to Adelaide. With them, they bring biscuit tins, kitchen pots, toilet brushes and of course Eve's musical saw. Using all of these 'instruments' the Kransky Sisters aim to entertain and captivate audiences with their twisted interpretations of pop hits and morbid tales of family and the Kransky life. The Kransky Sisters have been developing their sound since 2000. In this time they have created an experimental and eerie sound along with a strong personal style and humour that has resonated with audiences in Australia and around the world. Having won awards at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival there is no doubt that this askew musical comedy trio can bring a room alive.
The Kransky sisters will be performing at Dunstan Playhouse with a 7:30PM show on the 15th of December and a 2:30PM and 7:30PM show on the 16th. Tickets are normally $49.90, $39.90 for concession and $34.90 each for groups of 6 .
This is a great opportunity, with all the glitz and happiness of Christmas it's refreshing to have some button-down shirts, mirth and good ol' family arguments. So grab your ugliest Christmas sweater and come down to dinner with the Kransky Sisters.