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After the massive success of ‘Werewolves’ at last year Bondi Festival and Adelaide Fringe, the show is back! 

As night falls on Millers Hollow, trouble is afoot and werewolves are stalking the innocent villagers. As each morning breaks, the death toll rises and it’s up to the villagers to try and find the werewolves lurking in plain sight among them. In this immersive game of accusation, deceit and fun, each audience member is given a card with their role and pitted against each other can they weed out the werewolves and avoid hanging their own? Is your neighbour telling the truth? Are they a villager as they claim to be? Or are you being played and about to become the next corpse on the pile?

Expert game master Nicholas Giles Phillips creates a dramatic sense of unease as he leads players through this cat and mouse game, calmly informing players of the latest victim of the werewolves’ wrath. 

“Brilliant interactive show!” What’s On in Adelaide. ★★★★ 

“Part murder mystery, part detective game… Thoroughly entertaining and expertly delivered, ‘Werewolves’ is a fun way to spend an hour but it could cost you some friendships” – Scenestr

“Incredible interactive fringe show… If you’re looking for a fun night with your friends or family, this game like experience is for you.” – theadelaideshow.com

WINNER: Adelaide Fringe 2018 and 2023 Best Interactive Show

Meet Nick Phillips:

Nick Phillips studied Fine Art Sculpture at Sheffield Polytechnic (Sheffield Hallam University) Founded The Designers Republic gaining world wide acclaim for graphic design. Head artist at Sony Leeds winning a Bafta for the Playstation Wip3out racing game. Currently freelance graphic designer/artist working for various clients including: The Adelaide Fringe, Richard Hawley, Alex Frayne, Lou Blackwell, Annabell Crabb, Jo Zealand. Painting of numerous murals in the UK and in Adelaide. Performer of ‘Werewolves’ interactive game show. 8 years during Adelaide Fringe, 2 years at Edinburgh Fringe, Natimuk Fringe and Bondi Festival in 2023 plus various corporate events. Builder of yurts that has been rented out to many festivals and has been producing and co-programming his own venue hub for Adelaide Fringe since 2023.

Times:

Thursday 11 – Sunday 14 July 3pm, 5pm, 9pm

Prices:

Full Price: $28

Concessions: $24

Accessibility Info:

ASSISTANCE ANIMALS

Guide Dogs, Hearing Dogs and assistance animals are welcome at all Bondi Festival events and venues.

COMPANION AND CARER CARDS

Bondi Festival supports the Companion Card program. For patrons who require the assistance of a companion or carer, a second ticket is issued at no cost to the Companion Card holder. These tickets are available directly through the online booking system, and the Companion Card holder must present their card at the Box Office.

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Time: Various Times

Duration: 60 mins

Dates: Thursday 11 - Sunday 14 July

Price: $24 - $28

Venue: Bondi Pavilion, Yalagang Room

Age Recommendation: 10+

! Mild gruesome descriptions of deaths by werewolves

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