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Blood on the Clocktower: Live! turns the greatest Sydney social deduction board game into a chaotic comedy show!

Trapped in Ravenswood Bluff for a night of gothic carnage, comedians must figure out who the demon of the village is and execute them using their incredible manipulation and bluffing skills. Everyone’s secret identity will be kept in the audience hands! Who’s lying? Can they trust each other? Who’s the demon hiding in the village? Will the townsfolk of Ravenswood Bluff finally destroy the demon – or will they only destroy each other? Dive into the darkness of the show with storyteller Harry Jun who’ll be guiding you through days, nights, accusations and executions. 

Fans of The Traitors, Among Us, or classic social deduction games like ‘Werewolf‘ and ‘Mafia’ will love Blood on the Clocktower: Live! As will fans of lies, laughter, ghosts, unnecessary pettiness and bad singing. 

Meet The Pandemonium Institute:

The Pandemonium Institute’s debut game, Blood on the Clocktower, is one of the most successful boardgames to come out of Australia. Today it holds worldwide acclaim and three conventions dedicated to it. More and more, this fan base includes spectators, with folk finding as much joy in watching the antics play out as causing them. Hours of Blood on the Clocktower content is hosted on a wide range of platforms with thousands of viewers. The team behind the game have taken this a step further with this live experience. After a successful run at the international Edinburgh Fringe comedy festival, and performing at SXSW Sydney in 2023, they are bringing the show back, once again, to the game’s home country.

X: @BloodClocktower

Meet Harry Jun:

Harry Jun is a Sydney based comedian, host and cartoonist. He hosts, writes and produces content for ABC Gamer, and co-hosts an SBS podcast, Say Kimchi with Shona Yang. He performed his hour stand-up comedy show ‘Watermelon Licking’ at The Sydney Comedy Festival in 2024, and also featured on the Sydney Comedy Festival Gala.

Making comedy look easy, it’s hard not to like Harry Jun with his friendly, approachable and appealing charm, as well as his beaming smile.★★★★½ Stephanie Chin, Lilithia Reviews 

Instagram: @_harryjun_ Tiktok: @_harryjun_


Sunday 14th July 6.30pm 


Full price: $34

Concessions: $30


There are two entrances to Bondi Pavilion including entry via Bondi Beach front and Campbell Parade, both providing accessible entrances. You can find ramp access with mobility parking spaces at the front and rear of the building. There are two floors, the ground floor has full access with a lift to level 1 where you can find the bar, Theatre and Seagull Rooms. Accessible amenities are located on both the ground floor and level 1.


A Hearing Loop emits a wireless signal, for those with a hear aid or cochlear implant processor can switch to the T Switch to receive this signal. Hearing Loop is available in the Theatre of the Bondi Pavillion.


Bondi Festival supports the Companion Card program. For patrons who require the assistance of a companion or carer, a second ticket is issued at no cost to the Companion Card holder. These tickets are available directly through the online booking system, and the Companion Card holder must present their card at the Box Office.


Guide Dogs, Hearing Dogs and assistance animals are welcome at all Bondi Festival events and venues.

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Time: 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Duration: 60min

Dates: Sunday 14 July

Price: $30 - $34

Venue: Bondi Pavilion Theatre

Age Recommendation: 16+

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