Five comedians. Zero trust.
The Museum of This Morning
The world’s first, best and only museum of everything that happened slightly earlier today
The Saboteur (Melbourne)
Five comedians. One betrayal.
Flowers and O’Jim
“I have no light in me, I’ve gone dark.”
Music! Comedy! Misc!
Ghosts of Glebe
What is lurking in the abandoned house? Why is there a door to nowhere?
Tinkering and Thinkering
Bryce returns to Sydney Fringe with a kinda-funny-kinda-sad show.
We solemnly swear we are up to no good.
Construct your own perfect set of happy little girls
Quick Bright Things
It’s the final rehearsal for your school’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Places everyone!
Distract guards. Avoid cameras. Fool alarms. Dodge lasers. Steal art.
What a Train Rec
You’ve now got every song in recorded history available in the palm of your hand. What are you going to listen to first?
The Chamber Pot Opera
“The acoustics will be incredible…”
“By our powers combined…”
“I suggest you take two running jumps and go straight to hell”
Brain Problem Situation
“Our brains are ambassadors to the rest of the world, but they do more than that.”
“Perhaps it is we who need saving. Perhaps we are the abnormal ones.”
Back To Basics
“I have a slight tendency to overcomplicate things”
The Two Body Problem
“We are men and women of science. We are the only ones who can solve this.”
Spare Room: A Show
One Room. One Scene. One Hour.
The Jetpack Spontaneous Theatre Festival
“To get us started, we just need you to shout out a word.”
Pea Green Boat
“The Owl’s diary. Day forty-seven. The Cat has eaten all the honey. Surely we will die here.”
Join Bryce Halliday for a brand new show of songs, sketches, stand up comedy and sound art.
Comedy Against Humanity
Some of Sydney’s best, fastest, and funniest performers use a cult board game as the basis for __________.
PDA (King Street)
Take a voyage along the cracks and crevasses of King Street, in an intimate disruption of everyday life.
A Sandwich Short of a Picnic
One lovely day at a picnic ground, several loving youths, one problematic love triangle. Vast seriousness ensues.
Death, our old friend and bitter rival, is a looming presence in every fairy tale.
The Watchmakers’ Society
“Want to be part of something big? There isn’t much time…”
“There’s a lot more to it than lugging furniture.”
Between Two Waves
“Aahhhhh. Okay. So you think we’re, like, actually fucked? Like rising seas, and fires and brimstone and shit?”
Where Your Eyes Don’t Go
“You’ve got to go down there, find Gwen, and bring her back. Be careful.”