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Asking ‘have I got your attention?’ Wundes debuts their original music with their band Next Best Feeling in Unplugged a queer coming of age story and rock opera about a daydreamer who has forever fantasised about who and what they could be.


Unplugged incorporates immersive theatre, live performance, music and comedy. By looking to the past, it critiques our relationship with media through the blending of drag, live music and projection. Unplugged intends to prompt audiences to question how technology is changing our relationships with one another and in turn, our own identities. Using immersive media and lighting, audiences will be transported into a genre defying audio-visual journey.


“I am so excited – and nervous – to be debuting my original work this Adelaide Fringe”, says Wundes. “Performing in front of a home audience is always fun, but this year will have a real edge to it.”


Wundes is a singer/songwriter and Adelaide’s leading drag performer who mixes a unique and captivating style of live performance with an everlasting love for nostalgia. They have developed their artistic style over the past ten years, performing all over Australia while living and working on Kaurna land. Whether it be laugh-out-loud comedy or stopping the room with a gut-wrenching piano ballad, Wundes never ceases to dazzle and bewitch.


For the first time, Wundes debut their own original music accompanied by their live band “Next Best Feeling”. With influences that range from Judy Garland to Jeff Buckley, Kate Bush to Talking Heads & Lana Del Rey to My Chemical Romance, expect to be taken on a sonic and visual journey filled with music and comedy that will leave you laughing, crying and with a sense of new-found hope. 


What do the critics say?

★★★★★ “Wundes has an impressive set of pipes” The Advertiser
★★★★★ "Powerful" The Upside News
★★★★★ "The live singing was a revelation" Rip It Up




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