Jacinta Gregory is a musical comedienne and a person who makes terrible choices. So – she invites you – her closest family, friends, loved ones, and strangers – to her intervention.
Joined by a live band, she will be performing a variety of 80s pop ballads, musical numbers, sultry jazz songs – that cover in detail, all of the awful decisions that have led to this moment, while often veering off course to sing about getting a bev with the lads after work, or missing prime minister Harold Holt.
Grab yourself a refreshment, maybe a sausage roll, and join in awkward support – for this jacintervention. Last time we saw Gregory she was Jacintigrating (SAG Review) .
JACINTERVENTION will play as part of the Sydney Comedy Festival on Saturday 19th May 5.45pm.
It’s the box of chocolates principle … when you go to improv theatre you never know what you are going to get. Maddie Parker’s improv show PLUS ONE has had a short run at the Sydney Comedy Festival. Her Festival debut, the show is a nutty, chewy, sweet confection that leaves you wanting more. It helps that she had a scene partner extraordinaire in Carlo Richie from The Bear Pack. Like cocoa and sugar, they swirl theatrically together in delicious ways for 50 minutes of fun. Continue reading PLUS ONE – MADDIE PARKER DEBUTS SOLO (WITH GUEST) AT SCF→
Luke Nowell really is a very naughty lad and during his show BEING HUEMAN BEING I really did threaten to tell his mother on him. There are many hi-jinx, you see, in his show and many of them require audience participation. Skilled gag-seeker, aaaart maker that he is, he knows a receptive face when he sees it. And the only reason I am not telling on him is that he is charming, very charming, and hilarious and cute as a button. Continue reading BEING HUEMAN BEING – THE MANY COLOURS OF COMEDY CHAOS→
In May, the bad ass babe club that is ‘Generation Women’ is holding their intergenerational storytelling evening on the theme ‘Sliding Doors’. Remember that 90s classic where Gwyneth Paltrow relives the moment she makes her train?
Clare Cavanagh has a fun little show playing as part of the Sydney Comedy Festival’s FRESH Program, which showcases up and coming talent.
THRILLED YOU’RE HERE begins as we meet Clare “Party” Cavanagh welcoming us to her party. Fast talking, gracious and eager to please (read that as meaning – stay at her party) Clare gives us a tour of her spacious stage and a bit of an insight into how she got to be the party animal she appears not to be. Year 10 boy-girl but not real, real party aside we can tell that this one is going to be a blast. Continue reading CLARE CAVANAGH THROWS GOOD PARTY!→
Join the drag queens as they embark on a gripping and incredibly camp journey through the high-fashion, mythical city of Xan’Moxie! Each show is completely improvised and The Kweens have no idea what will happen or what they’ll do which means that you’re in for quite a unique performance. Continue reading DUNGEONS AND DRAG KWEENS ARE BACK→
Doing improv is like going to a party: it’s excruciatingly awkward and deeply inadvisable to do it alone. Luckily, Maddie doesn’t plan on flying solo – join her and a different special guest +1 each night for an hour of completely improvised fun!
What images define your generation? Big hair, big phones, Rubik’s cubes, shoulder pads and Pac Man from the ‘80s? Was it iPods, Paris Hilton, Harry Potter, High School Musical, Hilary Duff, Duff beer and crocs in the ‘naughties? Or is it Game of Thrones, Trump and Brexit, Harry & Meghan, MeToo and a female Doctor Who?