If you thought Michael Fassbender inShamewas out there, the story of Klaus Kinski’s lifelong sexual addiction is a whole other level.

After reading the German actor’s uncensored memoir,All I Need Is Love,Aussie playwright CJ Johnson was transfixed by its shockingly candid account.Kinski And Iis Johnson’s reading and response to the memoir, oscillating between the humorous and the disturbing, with echoes of the other controversial figures of our time – Woody Allen and Robert Hughes, to name a couple.

Kinski And Iwill be showing at the Old 505 Theatre in Surry Hills on Wednesday September 3 and Sunday September 14, as part of the Sydney Fringe Festival. You can grab tickets here for $18.

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