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The Big HOO-HAA!
Fast, furious and funny, The Big HOO-HAA! is Melbourne's longest-running and best-loved weekly impro comedy show. This is a popular show in a tiny theatre: book ahead.
The Saturday Experiment: by The Big HOO-HAA!
Expect fresh formats, brand new plot twists, and radical comedic one-liners, songs and laughs – all delivered in one action-packed hour by a who’s who cast of Melbourne’s best comedic talent.
Starting in February
Piano bar? Piano Bar.
Murder Village: An Improvised Whodunnit
Step into the world of a classic English murder mystery, complete with mysterious characters, devilish red herrings, clever clues, and an amateur sleuth always on hand to outsmart local law officials and solve the case themselves.
Starting in March
Madwomen Monologues – 2020 unmasked!
Brilliant monologues written by madly creative women.
Scary Goats Tour
You’ll laugh… you’ll scream… and you’ll learn some fun facts about goats.
Andrew McClelland: The Very Model of a Modern Major Musical
An hour of ridiculous musical performance and loving spin on the ridiculous plot and musical cliches of G&S.
Jude Perl: Participation Award
Singer, songwriter and comedian Jude Perl presents a historically accurate (*citation needed) show, which begs the age old question - why does school suck so much?
Jordan Barr is a zombie. She stays up all night doom scrolling twitter and practices speeches that she will never give.
With his unique brand of sketch, character, mime, and PVA glue, Oliver Cowen will show his proverbial comedic undercarriage.
Murder Village: An Improvised Whodunnit
Melbourne’s funniest improvisers craft eccentric characters and perplexing mysteries from your suggestions.
Queer & Present Danger
After touring across the country, Anna Piper Scott is back with her critically acclaimed, award winning, sold out smash hit show.
On the Origin of Faeces
Join science comedian Alanta Colley for a celebration of excrement.
Live, Laugh, Lauren
This is a show about toxic positivity for anyone who’s ever rage-scrolled Instagram, bought too many sheet masks, and been told to lighten up at family dinners.
This Is Our Show
Annie and Lena love you and believe in you!
Starting in April
Alice Tovey: Doggo
An hour of pop bangers, sketch and sizzling satire that will leave you begging for more.
A family-friendly superhero comedy set in the last days of disco.
A one-woman comedy-dance-roller skating-lovemaking show.
Boss Octopus vs the Moon
Boss Octopus return home to find the Earth in bed with their best friend: the Moon.
Mina Harker: Monster Doctor
It’s 1901 and monsters are everywhere. There are Wolfmen in Wales, Invisible Men in Iping and Mummies in… um… another town.
Patrick Collins - I’m Not a Mime
Best Comedy Winner - Melbourne Fringe 2020
Golden Gibbo Nominee - Comedy Festival 2019
Dazza and Keif Go Viral in Space with Ya Mum
This award-winning drag duo presents high-energy dance nostalgia, hyper-masc homoeroticism, and a record-breaking number of dick jokes per minute.
Cousin Tara: Wukkas
An hour of eclectic musical comedy cabaret, capturing the heart of suburban Australian anxiety.
Callum Straford: Your Best Worst Nightmares
Callum Straford is on a mission to poke fun at Your Best Worst Nightmares in a whirlwind of sketch and musical comedy.
Sri Lankan Fireteam: The Power Song
An original absurdist comedy musical that answers the age-old question – can you fight fire with FIRE?
The Return of the Secret Seven
An enigmatic group of satirical vigilantes undertake below-secret assignments and overcome obstacles.
It’s A Long Way To The Bok (If You Wanna Sausage Roll)
Chronic overachiever Lauren Bok reveals why a sausage roll changed the course of her life one buttery, flakey bite at a time.
Starting in May
Ever wondered why you don't fit in? Had people make fun of you for being different? Been called a "freak"? Mikki Michelle has a show for all the societal misfits!
Are you ready to get Abnormal? Step inside, there's nowhere to hide! After thriving in Canada, Cabaret Abnormal has relocated to Melbourne, ready to take the city by storm.