Malakas With Attitude NEW Shows

Malakas with Attitude

MALAKAS WITH ATTITUDE 2019 TOUR 

4th April 2019 Centro Wollongong
5th April 2019 Smithfield RSL
6th April 2019 Canterbury Hurlstone Park

12th April 2019 Atheneum Theatre Melbourne
13th April 2019 Atheneum Theatre Melbourne
14th April 2019 Atheneum Theatre Melbourne

3rd May 2019 Hellenic Club Perth
4th May 2019 Hellenic Club Perth

31st May 2019 The Greek Club Brisbane West End

1st June 2019 The Hellenic Club Canberra

14th June 2019 The Arkaba Adelaide
15th June 2019 The Arkaba Adelaide

For more info go to jaec.com.au

George Kapiniaris explores all things Malaka

Jam Packed with Malakies this show is Gut Bustlingly Funny!
“George Kapiniaris walked out on stage and gave a side-splitting performance that was original and hilarious.”
REVIEW 9/10 STARS – Adelaide Fringe Review 2017.
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DAVID CAVANAGH 13 MAR 2018

“Kapiniaris never fails to deliver more laughs than you can poke a moussaka at, and this show certainly provides a constant source of hilarity…Definitely worth a look.”
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SA MALE MAGAZINE 11th March 2018 
“George is a great story teller…There were nonstop bursts of laughter through the show! George knows his Craft and is certainly a very talented man.”

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In this 2hr Stand Up Show George Kapiniaris (with Special Guest Johnny Kats) explores all things ‘Malaka’!

“This show isn’t just about the Big Malakas in the world. It’s about the Little Malakas too. Its about time all the Malakas made a stand. Malakas stand up and be counted! You don’t have to be a Malaka to see this show about Malakas. You don’t have to be from the Strait of Malacca. Whats a Malaka? See the show and find out Malaka!”
“George is best known for his Memo character in Acropolis Now but George has been a Stand Up comic for over 33 years. He has received two ACE awards for Best Comedy for ‘Il Dago’ and last year, he & his team were again nominated for ‘Wildwogs’. This will be George’s 3rd Greek Festival Show and by far the most Controversial.”
“I’ve had a few complaints about the title, because ‘Malaka’ can be a very naughty greek word, but in the end its all about how you use any word. It was the same when I did ‘Wogs Out Of Work’ 30 yrs ago. It’s not what you say, its how you say it!”

After a Sell Out Adelaide Fringe earlier in March this year George received Great Reviews including these two:

REVIEW: MALAKAS WITH ATTITUDE BY DAVID CAVANAGH
POSTED ON: TUE 13 MAR 2018

“Hi, I’ve been to see ‘Malakas With Attitude’ in the new Rhino Room on Pirie Street.”
“This show is George Kapiniaris’s latest offering, and in it he takes a swipe at malakas everywhere. This is a great Greek go-to word which can be an exclamation of pleasure, a cry of horror, or used in its literal Greek translation, wanker. Make of that what you will. It’s this latter definition which Kapiniaris explores through his show; Greek malakas, Australian malakas, malakas of every colour and religious persuasion, no one is spared.”
“Kapiniaris is a regular Fringe performer, and he never fails to deliver more laughs than you can poke a moussaka at, and this show certainly provides a constant source of hilarity.”
“This is a very vigorous performance with Kapiniaris using the entire stage as he accompanied his monologue with a full-on workout. I’m also amazed that he had a voice left by the end, as there are no pauses in his delivery, much of it a full-throated roar. Definitely worth a look.”
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Review: SA MALE MAGAZINE
Fringe Event: MALAKAS WITH ATTITUDE

“George Kapiniaris reflects on his childhood experiences to present as a boy, young man, male, father, friend, Australian born in Victoria with Greek cultural heritage. George muses us with his experiences and interaction with others from different cultures in Melbourne and provides the audience with a picture of what life was like throughout the show as he highlights our perceptions and realities as Australians, which hit home and straight to the soul.”
“George is a great story teller reflecting on human social behaviour with an insight and talent to convey the obvious about ourselves, not only the good but also shall l say our uncomfortable traits as Australians but at the same time able to turn those characteristics around to enable us to laugh at ourselves and our Australian Culture, past and present.”
“There were nonstop bursts of laughter through the show George knows his Craft and certainly a very talented man. Ooops sorry l meant “PERSON”. During the show George also reflects on political correctness in the 21st Century and highlights how, to a degree this correctness has disabled ourselves from speaking freely without fear or favour.”
“I highly recommend you catch the show Location Rhino Room 131 Pirie Street. Adelaide.”

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