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Stevl and his Translator Fatima

A very silly lecture on love.

A colourful man is speaking an unknown language. Through his deadpan translator we hear things never thought possible about relationships. As one dating disaster follows another, his survival is commendable, but who is Fatima and what’s her story?

At once confronting, ridiculous, manic, deadpan, humane and hilarious, we are ultimately uplifted by Stevl and his translator Fatima, his fantastical story and objects of affection – one who makes a surprising appearance on stage. 

◊  Winner Best Comedy – Adelaide Fringe 2010

◊  Winner IAF Award for Innovation- Adelaide Critics’ Circle 2010


◊  Winner  Best Show -comedy (professional category)  Adelaide Theatre Guide 2011


◊  Moosehead Recipient & Golden Gibbo Award Nominee  – Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2010


“ruthlessly intelligent and meticulously presented… Sheehan manages to find a balance of warmth and pathos among the laughs” (Adelaide Theatre Guide) read more

“let the benign weirdness wash over you while waiting for the occassional moments of hilarious warped brilliance to erupt” (Chortle Magazine)  read more

“sweet strangely innocent, funny and eccentric… unlike anything you’ll see at the festival, possibly ever” (Groggy Squirrel) read more

“a compellingly odd performance” (The Age Review)  read more