REVIEW: Spoilt for laughter with Liz Skitch
THE brilliant and hilarious comedian Liz Skitch performed at the Paragon Theatre last Friday night.
Her new show Spoilt is on the road and she is touring Australia with her young family.
The one woman, five character show kept the audience in stitches.
Skitch took her stand up to the next level by taking her style to the audience.
From the start, Skitch encouraged audience participation, dragging unexpected audience members onto the stage.
Her ability to mimic and immerse herself into the characters was amazing.
Fiona Scott-Norman was the producer of Spoilt. Skitch said it's amazing to be performing at the Paragon.
"The theatre is beautiful and Childers are lucky to have a venue like this," Ms Skitch said.
Skitch has been performing comedy for more than 16 years and played at the 2014 Melbourne Comedy Festival.
Her characters are relatable and with a swap of a wig and a change of shoes she becomes another person.
Skitch received a standing ovation from the audience and the humble comedian spent time taking selfies and group photos after the show.
Mrs Sandy Johnson from Bundaberg said Spoilt was hilarious, her characters are so relatable.
"We had the best night out, thanks to the bus service it was perfect," she said.
Mrs Lynda Cremer said it was better than expected: "I have a cousin and she is just like the character Sue."
The girls from Bundaberg were all excited and in stiches after the show.
"I have never been to the Paragon and I had a great time," she said.
Childers' own Troy Madle and Scott Stedman were two of the lucky few to become part of the show.
Mr Madle performed his best impression of a New Idea journalist and for Mr Stedman, he showcased his talents as the hard working assistant (Roger) to the wedding planner Sue.
"I had a great night out and the show was hilarious," Mr Madle said.