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Comedian and performer Natali Caro (& friends) are taking over the Bondi Pav Bar for a free unique interactive Karaoke. Whether you’re just stopping in between shows, or planning a full night of belting tunes, anything goes!

In case you missed last year Bondi Festival Natali’s live elevator entertainment through our Heavy Lifting program, which featured a 3hr endurance piece of non-stop Careless Whisper drag one night, Dad-aoke, Emo Night and even a 30 second holistic spiritual experience on another, you can except to meet some interesting characters along the way. 

You bring your friends and Natali will be sure to bring theirs – Known for an array of characters and impressions as well as being one of Sydney’s beloved Drag Kings (Papi Chulo), Natali can not only hold a crowd, but also hold a tuneSo, whether you’re coming to watch, or join in, you will be in safe hands at this makeshift, interactive cabaret experience. Requests are welcome!  

‘A mad-genius moment in comedy… get this damn comedian a manager!’ ★★★★ Time Out

‘Natali Caro is such an exciting comedian and a huge value-add to the Aussie comedy scene.’ Toasting Aussie Theatre

‘Hilarious – Caro’s not out to get you, but rather to include you in the fun they are obviously having on stage.’ Toasting Aussie Theatre

Meet Natali Caro:

Natali Caro (they/she) is a queer, disabled Colombian/Chilean comedian, actor, drag king, writer and producer! Coming off the back of a huge 2023, they Assistant Directed Hubris & Humiliation at Sydney Theatre Company alongside Dean Bryant for Sydney WorldPride, starred in viral series’ I’m Dying Inside (Tik Tok) & Touch (Screen Australia) and became a RAW Semi-Finalist. They also MC and produce their own events, including queer comedy shows GAG, and PoC comedy lineup show Thanks For Having Me, which have toured Sydney and Melbourne!

Natali just presented their hit debut solo hour, Seeking Representation at this year’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival following multiple sold out runs in Sydney, with standing ovations and rave reviews, including 4-stars from Time Out, calling it a “Mad genius moment in comedy”.

On the air waves, Natali has been hosting King’s & Queens, FBi Radio’s queer culture segment since 2020. They’ve previously been nominated as Best Artist at Sydney’s, Music, Arts & Culture awards, been shortlisted for ATYP’s Rebel Wilson Comedy Commission and was a finalist as part of last years Flying Nun x Brand X Residency. As seen on SBS The Feed, The Chaser War, Democracy Zone, The Swiping Game, AACTA nominated Me&Her(pes) and in your very own dreams!

Insta: @nati_daddy_


Thursday 11 – Sunday 14 July 6pm




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.


This event is indicated as sight being no obstacle to engaging with the event.


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


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.

Time: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Duration: 3 hours

Dates: Thursday 11 - Sunday 14 July

Venue: Bondi Pavilion Upstairs Bar

! Some audience participation

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