Will Seaward Goes To El Dorado – Review

Will Seaward Goes To El Dorado –  3:30pm Heroes @ The Hive (Venue 313)  Aug 15, 17-27

Bunbury Magazine: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Bunbury Award: Best Laugh of the Fringe 🏆

Will Seaward Goes To El Dorado is engaging from the off, bouncy, buoyant and packed to the back teeth with wise advice such as,
Do not put toothpaste on molten lead.
Will is a marvellous story-teller easily capturing the audience imagination with tales of derring-do and intrigue, supported by a wealth of evidence which in itself is presented in a bold, well thought out way and is masterfully executed, never once losing the attention audience. It is also one of the very few shows I’ve seen where audience members of all ages laugh consistently in all of the right places even when the language is a little colourful, but we all know editor Keri loves a good swear! He also used the word ‘Rouse’ which is one of the finest words in the English language, finest and underused.
This beautifully written, beautifully performed show captures what I believe the fringe to be about. It’s unlike anything I’ve seen before and definitely earns its place in th running for Bunbury’s ‘Best of The Fringe’.
While watching this show i found myself thinking over and over that I wish he had been my history teacher. I would probably have been a historian instead.
Inspiring belly laughs that leave you in the best of moods and enthralling to the last this is a must see show. You’ll be doing yourself a disservice if you don’t.

Want to join will on an actual, real life quest to find the actual real life El Dorado? Then you’ll have to pop along to find out more won’t you?

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