Published on May 17th, 2021 | by Adrian Gunning

Tim Ferguson ‘A Fast Life on Wheels’ is coming to Melbourne

Think disability and comedy don’t mix? Jedi Master of Comedy, Tim Ferguson says, “Giggles go faster on wheels!”

Tim and legendary comedy director Marc Gracie will be giving the Forum Melbourne punters a chance to witness the comedy legend in a comic masterwork to touch the minds and hearts of audiences.

A Fast Life on Wheels (Fringe World Weekly Award winner and The Advertiser’s Best Male Solo Show at Adelaide Fringe) is Ferguson’s personal tragicomic story showing how fast life in a wheelchair can go.

“Definitely the best Fringe show l have seen this year and maybe the best Fringe show l have ever seen. It is that good. Don’t miss it!” – Tony Polese, EVENTAide

Tim proves disability is not the end. His Multiple Sclerosis has put him in a wheelchair, plaguing him with various daunting symptoms you don’t want to know about. But MS won’t stop Australia’s busiest comedian, screenwriter, movie maker, author and comedy writing teacher. “Forget comic timing,” Tim says, “I’m in a hurry!”

What next? Well, a season in Australia’s favourite house…the OPERA HOUSE that is.

A testament to the power of humour in any situation, Ferguson constantly defies the challenges of MS. He has vowed to never stop making audiences laugh, saying “I don’t ‘suffer’ MS. It suffers me”.
With Tim’s trademark wicked humour, outrageous stories and breath-taking insights, his new hour of comedy is hell on wheels.

Show date:
Wednesday 14th July – The Forum, Melbourne VIC | Tickets

“He’s a natural born storyteller, and has lost none of his hard edge… Thoroughly entertaining, irreverent as ever, funny, sad, intelligent, Tim Ferguson is still very much a star!” – The Clothesline, Adelaide
“A candid show from the heart” – Fourth Wall Media

★★★★ – The Advertiser
★★★★ – The Fourth Wall
★★★★ – Great Scott
★★★★ – Glam Adelaide
★★★★ – The AU Review
★★★★ – The Ponder Room

Visit Tim Ferguson on Facebook here

About the Author'

Adrian lives in Melbourne Australia and has a huge passion for gaming, technology and pop culture. He recently finished his a Bachelor of Journalism and is currently focusing on games journalism. When not writing and playing video games, Adrian can be found in Comics 'R' Us debating the pros of the DC Universe and cons of the Marvel Universe.

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