Written and Directed by Gita Bezard
Performed and Devised by Adriane Daff and Arielle Gray
Music by Alwyn Nixon-Lloyd
Originally presented at Fringe World 2015
Tilly never knew she had a half sister until her father died and Yoshi appeared in a cloud of mystery and glitter. Yoshi is everything that Tilly admires in a person; fun, hilarious, with bucket loads of swag. Yoshi in turn is very taken with her new sister and can see exactly where Tilly is going wrong in life, making lots of helpful suggestions like 'don't say swag'.
This adorable new play combines a love of Mario Kart, Japanese fashion and Henry the 8th with a soundtrack inspired by 90's video games and dance moves stolen from K-Pop film clips. It's pretty rad.
"Yoshi’s Castle is a sweet confection with just enough tart in its centre.... a Fringe hour very well spent." - The West Australian
"Yoshi’s Castle is a lovely piece of theatre with the strength and grace characteristic of experienced theatre makers" - ArtsHub
"The performances sparkle" - Crikey