Review by Elise Faulkner
What if one bad photo defined the way you were remembered after you die?
In The Exhibitionist, Hannah Gadsby looks at the way we all craft our own public image via photographs in an age where nothing is private. Gadsby looks at selfies and portraits throughout the ages, starting as early as The Renaissance, and provides hilarious, witty commentary. Gadsby is a master of self deprecation and plays the lower status role well on stage.
This show is already selling out so go along while you still can, you won't be disappointed.