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Milo McCabe: 1001 Moments with Troy Hawke! - Fringe World Review

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by Shelley Mac (subscribe)
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Published January 22nd 2019
A winning combination- intellect and ingenuity meet humour
Milo McCabe: 1001 Moments with Troy Hawke hits the jackpot with a winning combination of intellect, ingenuity and a large helping of wit.

The critically acclaimed British character, Troy Hawke (Milo McCabe's suave alter ego), makes his Perth debut with his sell-out Edinburgh show. This entertaining standup comedy show is fundamentally a public service, with wisdom everyone should hear. I implore you to rush to see this show and if you chose not to heed my advice, you do so at your own lose and peril.

Milo McCabe Fringe World Perth Troy Hawke
Troy Hawke


Troy Hawke was homeschool educated until he was 35. He entered society with a fresh and unique set of eyes as he viewed the goings on in the world. Perhaps it was this fresh perspective that has given him a rare insight into the darstadly schemes that have been playing out right under our noses for centuries, but have been hidden from all but the greatest (overthinking) minds.

In this hilarious and educational show, Troy reveals the sinister conspiracy, scheming for world chaos and domination utilising mathematical patterns and trends under the subterfuge of scrabble scores. Once revealed, it seems obsurd that no one else has highlighted the glaringly obvious.

Troy warns of the dangers of bingo to the unsuspecting and highlights the sinister role of Aldi in past and future atrocities. He educates on "dead words" that have dropped out of everyday English language and valiantly attempts to reintroduce these lost treasures.

To me, this show is comedy at its best- clever, clean and hilarious, it gets a resounding 5 stars from me.
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Why? Clever, clean and hilarious standup comedy
Where: The Brass Monkey, 209 William Street, Northbridge
Cost: $22-25
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