It's Not Me, It's DEFINITELY You: Songs of Amy Winehouse and Lily Allen - Bondi Festival arrow-leftarrow-rightmagnifying-glassshare-iconshopping-cart-iconstar-iconuser-icon

Dating has changed, and so has breaking up. Everyone can handle the truth these days, right?

Join Lisa Woodbrook as she explores the ever-evolving dating world. From swiping right to ghosting, Italian relatives and finding commitment in museums, It’s Not Me, It’s DEFINITELY You has the right advice for those looking for love. Set to the soundtrack of Amy Winehouse and Lily Allen, you’ll find favourites such as Smile, Not Fair, Tears Dry On Their Own and Back to Black – this is a show not to be missed!

Lisa Woodbrook is an enthusiastic performer who has appeared in 50 Shades The Musical Parody, Paris: A Rocky Odyssey, and the Australian premiere of High Fidelity. Lisa co-wrote and performed in the musical comedy, The Art of Being a Wingman, with sell-out shows Australia-wide and internationally at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Lisa is also a TV Presenter and has reported on Ten News First and on Foxtel’s Get A Life.

“Woodbrook is a sensational vocalist who expertly spoke through her songs, a gifted comedienne with a knack for landing blunt, self-deprecating jokes [that] had the audience in hysterics and sitting right in the palm of her hand… In a sea of ever-evolving shows regarding dating, Woodbrook manages to break new ground and reinvigorate the topic with a funny, fabulous farce with all the feels.” ★★★★★ Theatrepeople

“…an impressive voice and more stage presence than anyone has the right to possess.” ★★★★ What Did She Think

“…wonderfully animated, belly-laugh hilarious” Catalyst

An uplifting show not to be missed.” Milk Bar Mag

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Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Duration: 60min

Dates: Past Events, Thu 11, Fri 12, Sat 13

Price: $25

Venue: Mini Theatre

Address: 1 Queen Elizabeth Drive, Bondi Beach 2026

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