Review by Elise Faulkner
Allow Steele Saunders to set the scene: it's 1983 and we're in Rosebud, a coastal town about an hour out of Melbourne. We're in Saunders' hometown and it's one of the most messed up nights of his life.
The show is a laugh a minute. Almost every sentence has a punchline and Saunders delivers them with ease. It's also really fun getting to know the characters of Rosebud, a town where everyone has a nickname.
The show is really funny but also has some touching moments which are handled really well. Rosebud is a pretty safe bet for anyone who wants to see an hour of fantastic standup.