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‘From creator of Hablas Ingles? (nominated for the 2017 FRINGE WORLD Comedy Award) comes the Eat, Pray, Walk of comedy. Award-winning storyteller & two time award nominated comedian Marcus Ryan takes us on another heartwarming epic journey & painstakingly hilarious adventure on two feet – the famous pilgrimage, Camino de Santiago. Surviving 1,000km and 40 days on a diet of bread, wine, blistered feet, snorers & dodgy wifi!’

If, like me, you left travelling until later in life, this show will be a real eye-opener and leave you inspired. If you’re a traveller and have been to Spain, or even if you haven’t, you’ll be contemplating challenging yourself to tackle part of the Camino walk ‘Because you have two legs and you want to use them!’

What I love most about this show is that you truly feel a kinship with Marcus, even if you haven’t travelled. I had no idea about the Camino walk- so really it was all new! Marcus shares with us a real story, filled with true stories; some inspirational, some kinda scary (Which accent do you find the scariest?) And some incredibly funny.  Who knew you could walk for 30 odd days in someone else’s shoes and learn from it?

Marcus Ryan’s stage presence is incredibly engaging. His use of PowerPoint is exceptional and I enjoyed this show so much I can’t wait to see his second Fringe offering!

Ready to walk away from a show more inspired for life than when you walked in? This is the show for you!

A man from a mission that will leave you inspired!


Duration: 60 min

Fairground at Rubix Bar

Suitability and warnings: M

Season 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, 15 Feb 2020
Book your tickets here https://fringeworld.com.au/whats_on/marcus-ryan-walk-this-que-fw2020