Sydney Comedy Festival 2018 Family Program
- Fri Apr 27 - Sun Apr 29 2018
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In 2018, Sydney Comedy Festival is kicking off the festivities with a fun-filled family program hosted at The Factory Theatre, Marrickville Festival Hub!
The whole family is invited to come along for the opening weekend celebrations, complete with activities, food, drinks and of course, a range of hilarious shows! Get the whole family laughing with:
Kid/Dub: Saturday 28 April; 2pm
Best. Kids. Party. Ever!
From the masterminds behind the worldwide, sellout festival hit, Hot Dub Time Machine, this version of the audio-visual dance party will take kids on a music adventure from 1954 to now – introducing them to the most iconic songs from pop history, accompanied by giant visuals feat. dance demonstrations for the kids and adults alike!
Kid/Dub is a fun, exciting and educational experience that music-loving mums and dads (and kids who just love to dance) absolutely cannot miss out on.
Suitable for 3-10yrs.
Mr Snot Bottom’s Stinky Silly Songs: Friday 27 & Saturday 28 April; 11am
A hilariously deeeesgusting kids comedian brimming with all the ooey, gooey, gross out topics kids love: boogers, bottoms, pop offs and smells. Expect tasteless tunes, repulsive rhythms plus snot loads of gross gags and just wrong routines in a symphony of stupid!
Suitable for 5-12yrs.
Nikki Britton in Grandma is Not Growing Up!: Friday 27 April; 12.30pm & Sunday 29 April; 3pm
Grandma is busting out! She is sick of rules. She is done with boring. She wants to go on adventures and swing from the chandeliers! But she needs your help. Join this warm and hilarious rule breaker as she journeys through imaginative worlds to try and finally answer the question "What do I want to be when I grow up?"
Suitable for 5-10yrs.
Choo Choo Troupe - You'll Never Guess Where I Hid the Cheese: Saturday 28 April; 12.30pm
Bobbi & Wanda are everyday suburban superheroes and they’re here to defeat the evil Mr. Cheesehead. But first they’re going to have a snack, and maybe a nap. It's Freddy Mercury with a cheesehead, extravagantly mimed escapes, and lots of cheesy portmanteaus (this is a travescheese!).
Aunty Plop Plop's Useless Shop: Friday 27 & Saturday 28 April; 11am
Madeleine and Shane are left looking after Aunty Plop Plop’s Useless Shop trying their hardest to please their difficult customers. Are they still going to be in business by the time Aunty Plop Plop returns from her holiday?
Suitable for 4-8yrs.
Where: The Factory Theatre, 105 Victoria Road, Marrickville
When: Friday 27 - Sunday 29 April 2018
Cost: Check website for details
For more information, visit the website.
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