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Laughed so hard I cried
Laughed so hard I cried
Greatest of all time
Greatest of all time
Recycle that, would see again
Recycle that, would see again
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Laughed so hard I cried
“Laughed so hard I cried”
Hilarious, inventive, crazily unpredictable and great fun. A fringe treasure!
Reviewed by Kateryna L.
26 February 2024
Recycle that, would see again
“Recycle that, would see again”
A very clever production, just loved 'Oh no!', 'Just surprise me' and the happy chance of where the spare tyre was - can't wait for the next tall tale to be told :-)
Reviewed by Resi M.
10 February 2024
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Review by Kate O'Sullivan | 01 February 2024

Road trips are full of reminiscing. But the best road trips are the ones where something happens along the way that brings people closer together. So is the plot, if you can call it that, of 'Vehicle'. But where the plot is simple, the performances are complex and a demonstration of both Sam Longley and Shane Adamczak's performance breadth and skills.


While the performers are both known for their improvisation prowess, Vehicle is a scripted meta-comedy that invites the audience to jump into the backseat and enjoy this vehicle that showcases both Longley and Adamczak's talents. With the varied performance elements, these highly physical performers give us moments of high physical comedy and mime, paired with honest storytelling and realism. It's creative muscle flexing but with plenty of access points for the audience to be along for the ride.


The show isn't aiming to be perfectly slick and polished, but the rawness and looseness aren't a negative. It feels like two friends playing - in the way of a road trip - and, on occasion, trying to make each other laugh as much as the audience.


There is something in this show for everyone. If you're an improviser or a comedian, enjoy the chaos as Shane and Sam try and cause each other to corpse. If you love some emotive moments, the shared real stories will give you that connection. If you're in it for locally-produced fun, you'll be along for the ride. Get down and see the show - you won't regret it.