Tomás Ford: Have A Bath With Me? : Dunedin Fringe Festival

Tomás Ford: Have A Bath With Me?

Run the tap, set your screen up somewhere it can't electrocute you and prepare for a dance-pop extravaganza that will leave you feeling gloriously dirty.

See tickets below

International party icon and cult cabaret crooner Tomás Ford invites you to join him for an hour of bathtime fun.

You'll have a ridiculous time, floating along to synthy pop songs ranging from the silly to the satirical. He'll be crooning a batch of songs he's written to be a disco-fied cocoon away from the chaos of 2021.

A regular pre-apocalypse visitor to New Zealand with his cult cabaret shows and his hit immersive DJ show Crap Music Rave Party, he's had a long, weird career. It's seen him open for synth heroes including Gary Numan, The Presets and of Montreal, tour with the Big Day Out's Lilypad and become a sold out fixture of the Edinburgh Fringe.

This year he's heading to Dunedin Fringe for the first time. Though he'll only be visiting our bathtubs.

That's more than OK - you'll enjoy this soak. He's bringing us a lofi pop extravaganza, featuring $2 shop drag, his stupid little animations and the kind of choreography you were proud of making up in Year 9. 

No technical expense has been spared - the show is filmed using a bazillion mostly-broken, semi-waterproof webcams, damp cardboard greenscreens and a trashbag full of outfits his mum was guilted into making for him.

Don’t worry, there’s no full frontal nudity. From him, anyway - but presumably nobody will be there to see you in your bath.

Get out your best body lotion & bath bombs. You deserve it. 

If you don't have a tub: don't worry. It turns out it's just as much fun to pretend, if you really commit.

C'mon, hop in. It's bathtime.




This show is being presented virtually. Your tickets will include a link for viewing, and will be available from 23 March - 28 March.




Dunedin Fringe Online Venue

Cabaret Music Digital/Online

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