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Superstar disc jokey Juan Vesuvius brings his turntables to Bondi to deliver the greatest and strangest DJ set you’ve ever experienced.

Explore the history of dance music with Juan – but why does he need so much towelling? And what really happened between him and David Guetta? Vesuvius is an eruption that cannot be plugged. Just ask the bees.

The massive Edinburgh Fringe hit show of 2017 arrives in Bondi after sell out seasons in London, Bristol and Auckland!

Created and performed by ex-Auckland actor and comedian Barnie Duncan, now living in Melbourne, this show about club music is a timely celebration of queer history and the way music can transcend social barriers to unite all walks of life.

OFFICIAL SELECTION: The List’s Best Late-Night Shows of the Fringe
WINNER: The Skinny Fringe Genius Award, Edinburgh Fringe
NOMINEE: Best Newcomer – Melbourne International Comedy Festival

“Deserving of comedy superstar status… a hilarious and genuinely enlightening hour” ★★★★★ Broadway Baby

“Hugely enjoyable and gleefully surreal in equal measure” ★★★★ The List

“Impressive vinyl mixing, a knowledgeable history of house music, serious socio-political bits plus a lengthy takedown of David Guetta. Well, who wouldn’t want to see that?” Clash Magazine

“The most enjoyable music history lesson I’ve had… do yourselves a favour, come party with Juan” ★★★★★ The 13th Floor

“Doctor Brown, the Mighty Boosh and Sacha Baron Cohen in one man” The National

Wednesday: 8.30pm
Thursday – Saturday: 9:45pm

Presented by: Barnie Duncan

! Nudity, Adult themes

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Time: Various Times

Duration: 60min

Dates: Past Events, Wed 10, Thu 11, Fri 12, Sat 13

Price: $25.00

Venue: Little Theatre

Address: 1 Queen Elizabeth Drive, Bondi Beach 2026

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