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Border audiences are in for a special treat when one of its favourite sons, Tom Flanagan, returns with his knockout, multi-award winning show, Kaput.
It’s on in the first week of the school holidays, from 4-8 April, at the Butter Factory Theatre.
The Flying Fruit Fly Circus alumnus, whose performances at festivals and circuses around the world have melted the hearts of audiences of all ages, has won critical praise and bagged a string of awards for this brilliant, high-energy and funny production including the Spirit of the Fringe Award at the Edinburgh Festival.
A self-described ‘elegant buffoon’, Tom Flanagan has drawn comparisons with Buster Keaton, Charlie Chaplin and Los Trios Ringbarkus for the glorious brand of slapstick, acrobatics and mayhem he brings to the stage. In Kaput, his clumsy ‘Mr Fixit’ takes one step forward and two steps back in a highly skilled, hilariously funny and beautifully poignant bit of madness.
The butter factory season of Kaput comes hard on the heels of his latest sell-out season at the Adelaide Fringe, where he first premiered the show at The Garden of Unearthly Delights in 2012. In the intervening five years, he toured Kaput to four continents, won many awards and collected a huge fan-base with an age range from five to 95.
Since first hitting the boards aged six, this talented Albury-born and bred performer has co-created with and starred in numerous performances and companies including The Tom Tom Crew, Circus Oz, Circa and Legs On The Wall.
Devised and performed by Tom Flanagan, director Gareth Bjaaland, producer Koral Chandler.

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