“Giggles go faster on wheels!”
For one night only, Tim Ferguson is bringing his award-winning comic masterwork, A Fast Life on Wheels, to Melbourne audiences at The Forum. While multiple sclerosis has him in a wheelchair, the comic’s personal vow to ‘never stop making audiences laugh’ is felt in full force during this hour-long journey of insights, stories and of course, side-splitting laughs.
What you need to know
- Tim Ferguson is bringing his highly-acclaimed comedic masterpiece, A Fast Life on Wheels, to Melbourne audiences
- The hour-long performance is showing for one night only on Tuesday August 17
- Ferguson’s ‘personal tragicomic story’, A Fast Life on Wheels secured the Fringe World Weekly Award and The Advertiser’s Best Male Solo Show at Adelaide Fringe
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Multiple sclerosis never slowed down Australia’s busiest comedian, screenwriter, movie maker, author and teacher. As Ferguson confirms, “Forget comic timing, I’m in a hurry!”
Directed by acclaimed comedy director Marc Gracie, A Fast Life on Wheels is a deeply personal, witty and emotional look into just how fast, and funny, life in a wheelchair can be. As Ferguson says, “I don’t ‘suffer’ MS. It suffers me”.
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Tim Ferguson’s A Fast Life on Wheels is coming to The Forum on Tuesday August 17. Tickets are available via Ticketmaster.
Note: The story was initially published with the show date as Wednesday July 14, however that has since been rescheduled to Tuesday August 17. The update will be reciprocated on Ticketmaster at The Forum’s website shortly.