23 January 2015 | 7pm // 24 - 25 & 27 - 31 January 2015 | 8pm
Beautifully mad physical comedy
Straight from a sold out Edinburgh Fringe comes award-winning Gaulier-trained clown Trygve Wakenshaw’s acclaimed physical comedy, KRAKEN. Beautifully strange stream-of-consciousness idiocy from the maker of last year’s smash hit SQUIDBOY.
23 - 25 January 2015 | 7.15pm // 25 January 2015 | 5pm
Opera on the edge
Three outstanding sopranos embroiled in three one-act comic operas. Sara Macliver (with Brendan Hanson), Fiona McAndrew and Elisa Wilson explore the frustrating world of marriage proposals, blind dates and chocolate cake in a piazza, a gallery and a kitchen.
23 January 2015 | 8.30pm // 24 - 31 January 2015 | 9.30pm
Surreal DIY storytelling comedy
The internationally acclaimed master of lo-fi, off-beat, music-infused storytelling, Stuart Bowden returns with his latest invention. From the multi award-winning maker of She Was Probably Not A Robot, The Beast and Doctor Brown and His Singing Tiger.
27 - 31 January 2015 // 7.30pm + EXTRA SHOWS 10 - 12 February 2015 // 8.00pm
Laughter in Loneliness
This is River. She knows how to make the perfect vegemite toast. When she’s not selling her aluminium foil art outside Woolworths she writes Google poetry and attends strangers’ funerals. Written and performed by Claire Lovering, River is the story of a young woman, an old man and the magic of a wish chip.
3 - 7 February 2015 // 6.30pm + EXTRA SHOWS 7 February 2015 // 9.30pm + 13 - 14 February 2015 // 8.00pm
Best friends, bad decisions
A case of the grass always being greener triggers unsolicited advice as two best mates point out to one another how easy it would be if they could live the other’s life. How much judgement can a friendship stand?
A free one-on-one film portraiture project unlike any other
An immersive one-on-one experience taking place on a custom made trike, Mobile Moments 3.0 is a film portraiture project that celebrates the people of a place. This is not a ticketed event – get out and discover the moment.
10 -14 February 2015 | 9.00pm // 17 - 21 February 2015 | 9.30pm
Ad-libbed 50s radio play
Four of the UK’s brightest comic talents join the twinkly fingers of a virtuoso musician to conjure, from nothing, a 50s-style comic radio play! Suspense, intrigue, villainy… all the hallmarks of classic adventures with one unique twist: this time the audience is in charge.
It’s 2am. The final bell for last orders has been rung. The (Hopeless) Modern Romantic sits at the dirty bar, whiskey in hand, watching the door for him. She’s just a girl, sitting in a bar, waiting for a boy…
Only You Can Save Us is an explosion of optimism on a spaceship hurtling toward the planet of your dreams. Retro sci-fi meets cabaret, on a mission to stop the bad guy, find true love, and save the world … or die trying.
Moving On Inc. – specialising in the relocation and clean-up of deceased estates. But what happens when the clientele refuses to move on? In the remains of someone else’s life, Abby and Sam sit and wait. Even the living have unfinished business. A comedy about love, last words and the boxed-up past.
As the world is ripped apart, two ex-lovers find themselves forced together in an abandoned café with nowhere to hide. Together they find cold coffee, old wounds, biscotti, copyright law, and answers they never expected.