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After the huge success of her cabaret ‘Not Today’, the musical TikTok series ‘Girl Crush’ and countless gigs performances across Sydney, award-winner local musical comedian Ally Morgan returns with a new exceptional world premiere: ‘Hymns From My 20s’!

‘Hymns From My 20s’ takes us on a retrospective through her ‘greatest-hits’, and shares some never before heard songs, as she looks back on the tunes that made her who she is today before she turns 30. Whether you’re a first-time listener or a long-time fan, Ally Morgan’s ability to combine storytelling with songwriting means there’s something for everyone to enjoy. ‘Hymns From My 20s’ is a celebration of getting older and taking stock of what we’ve learned.  

Belly laughs!‘ ★★★★★ Sydney Scoop 

Part Bo Burnham… part Hannah Gadsby… Morgan holds her audience in the palm of her hand.‘ ★★★★½ Theatre People 

We can expect Morgan to make some big waves in the near future.‘ Australian Arts Review 

Meet Ally Morgan:

Ally Morgan (she/her) is an award-winning queer actor, writer, producer and musical comedian. Dubbed “a younger Tim Minchin” by the Sydney Morning Herald, Ally writes and performs for both stage and screen, incorporating her multidisciplinary skills into her original screenwriting and musical comedy. Ally’s one-woman show ‘Not Today’ won ‘Best Musical & Cabaret’ at Sydney Fringe Festival 2022 and was nominated for ‘Best Writing of a Cabaret’ at the 2023 Green Room Awards. In 2021, Ally won ‘Best Performance’ at Mardi Gras Film Fest for her leading role in ‘Her Own Music’, a short film Ally co-produced and story-produced. In 2021, Ally co-created the short film ‘How To Be Queer’ after winning the 2020 Melbourne Queer Film Festival’s Pitch Pleez! Competition. The original short went on to open the MQFF 2021 Festival and also screened at OutFest LA. Ally’s musical rom-com TikTok series ‘Girl Crush’ was selected for the ‘Every Voice’ Initiative funded by Screen Australia and TikTok Australia, with Ally starring in, writing and show-running the series. The series was released during ‘Pride’ 2024 and has garnered over 600,000 views. Ally completed her Masters in Screenwriting at AFTRS in 2023, where she developed a speculative thriller, ‘Tiny House’, and a 6 x 30 minute series version of ‘Girl Crush’. Ally Morgan’s independent music can be heard on Spotify, Youtube and Bandcamp.

Insta: @allykmorgan TikTok: @allykaymorgan


Badlambs Barbershop

132 Glenayr Avenue, Bondi New South Wales 2026


Thursday 18th – Saturday 20th July 7.30pm


Full price: $30

Concessions: $28


Badlambs Barbershop has one step up from the footpath. Please note, there is no accessible toilet and no accessible parking available at the venue.

The best parking for Badlambs Barbershop is on Roscoe St, Curlewis St or at the Pacific Bondi Car Park (152 Curlewis St) – approx. 300m from the venue. The closest mobility parking spot is at 71 Curlewis St, approx. 80m from the venue.



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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: 7:30 pm - 8:25 pm

Duration: 55min

Dates: Thursday 18 July, Friday 19 July, Saturday 20 July

Price: $28 - $30

Venue: Badlambs Barbershop, 132 Glenayr Avenue Bondi Beach NSW 2026

Age Recommendation: 16+

! Contains course language and sexual references

Address: 132 Glenayr Ave. Bondi Beach NSW Australia 2026

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