What's the difference between an action figure and a collectable? Join Steve as he opens his toy box and looks at your childhood faves through adult eyes. Star Wars, He-Man, My Little Ponies and many more (about three more). This is not a show for children (just for adults who never grew up).
Were the Terminator films just a bit of fun, or have they turned out to be eerily prescient? If it was built today, how might the T-800 actually work? Technologist and comedy writer Leila Johnston takes us on a troubling journey through James Cameron's vision of the future, looking at how some of the promises of the movies have played out in reality.
This time, they won't be blowing anything up or showering you in confetti; they just want to talk with you. Two local, ‘recovering scientists’ are being unleashed from the constraints of making learning fluffy for younger ones so you can experience the dark and iffy subjects that these two like to joke about.
Fasten your seat belts for a darkly hilarious and deliciously bumpy ride. How Not to Die in a Plane Crash is the antidote to boring, life-affirming, feel-good motivational comedy. Come and listen to Susan's sweet dark soul as she makes you laugh and cry at the same time with her useful death-defying survival tips, all wrapped up in fantastic jokes.
Based on the theory that the most interesting places on maps are the empty spaces, John has booked a tour, stopping by at some places that look like people share hot water bottles with their landlords. The show implores you to learn lessons from your ceiling and realise Fred Astaire actually knew very well what he was doing.
Fright Wig invites you to peer beyond the twitching curtains of moonlit suburbia for a slice of life carved with a rusty machete. Go door-to-door in a nightmare neighbourhood and meet the menagerie of grotesque ghouls waiting to spill their guts.
Award-winning comedian Andrew O'Neill returns with a truly magickal stand-up show that gives every audience member exactly what they want*.