Did they really just say that? Yes they did. That's because you have deliberately gone to a very adult, very wrong comedy show
Can you make jokes about rape? Adrienne Truscott isn’t skirting the issue. In fact, she isn’t wearing any pants either, and rape jokes are exactly what she plans to do, all night long, even if you tell her to stop. Portland Hotel, 27 Mar-20 Apr.
Anyone who’s tried to make a living from the creative pursuits will relate to Matt Okine in his show Happiness Not Included, where the man who’s been flooded with appraisal delves into the dark world of struggling to pay bills on time. Swiss Club of Victoria, 27 Mar-20 Apr.
Voted as one of the top 20 (of over 2,800) must-see shows of the 2013 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Red Bastard is one of the most provocative performances to come to our shores. Butterfly Club, 8-20 Apr.
Retracing her sexual footsteps to work out where and how she contracted an STI, Bryony uses theatrics, music, comedy and dance to help her on her self-deprecating romp. Melbourne Town Hall, 27-29 Mar & 3-5 Apr.
With a past that included drumming for Aussie metal bands in the ’80s and successful run of shows in the UK, local Steve Hughes is bringing more of his honest, open comedic stand-up to MICF. Swiss Club of Victoria, 27 Mar-20 Apr.
Through the White Australia Policy, the Mabo Decision and slavery in Queensland slavery comes a comic look at how immigration brings Australia together. From the guys behind 2013’s The First Fleet. Trades Hall, 28 Mar-21 Apr.