Tinderbox centres around Jaxon who is stuck in an emotional rut after the breakdown of his relationship with his ex-girlfriend Sophie. The performance opens with a police inspector putting a call out for the arrest of Jaxon after his Tinder date, Ivy, goes missing in suspicious circumstances which directly incriminate Jaxon.
Only problem is, Jaxon cannot recall the events of his date with Ivy and assumes guilt. All is not what it seems as the audience bears witness to a chain of events which will ultimately set Jaxon free, but not without dire results, including the somewhat wavering support of his best mate Sully and ex-girlfriend Sophie.
Tinderbox centres around the disappearance of Ivy in suspicious circumstances.
The Bally is the perfect venue for this original and engaging play. Being a smaller and more intimate theatre, as an audience, we felt directly involved in the play - feeling and living each character's emotions and story.
Tinderbox is 60 minutes in duration and runs on Friday and Saturday nights (and Sunday of the long weekend) from 11.25pm-12.25am for the duration of 2017 Adelaide Fringe. So, if you're a night owl who enjoys theatre that is original, local, well written and authentically performed - then Tinderbox is for you!