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“After sold-out return seasons in Adelaide, Melbourne and Edinburgh, we’re excited to finally be bringing HTDWLAW to Sydney. Heartfelt storytelling paired with matching wines – it’s like a beautiful night in with your best friends.” Rachel Chant, Festival Director

Sydney Premiere

Occasionally emotional and mostly ridiculous, How To Drink Wine Like A Wanker is a delightful story involving a fabulous flight of South Australian wines* and 12-months of sobering self-discovery. Follow one woman’s accidental journey from shallow wine novice to full-blown wanker – a little rudimentary knowledge to accompany her game face and voila, she became so much more! Part performance, part story-telling and part wine-tasting, with a full-bodied narrative and a moreish finish – don’t miss this critically acclaimed, sell out show!

*Wine flight additional

WINNER: Spirit of the Fringe Award, Adelaide Fringe 2019

“It’s impossibly intimate, like we’re drinking her story, her life” ★★★★★ GreatScot

“…an intimacy incomparable to other theatre experiences” ★★★★★ On the Record

“Received one of the most thoroughly earned rounds of applause I’ve ever witnessed” ★★★★★ TulpaMagazine

Times:

Tue – Fri 6.30pm
Sat 2pm

Accessibility Info:

This is a Sight No Obstacle performance.
Click here for more information about Accessibility at Bondi Festival.

Presented by:

Writer, Performer & Producer Anna Thomas

! Strong language, discussion of female reproductive issues. Restricted to ages 18+.

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Time: Various Times

Duration: 55 mins

Dates: Tue 6 July, Wed 7 July, Thu 8 July, Fri 9 July, Sat 10 July

Price: $25

Venue: Bondi Beach Public Bar

Address: 180 Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach NSW 2026

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