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“Mel knocked us over with her outrageous satirical cover of Sia’s Chandelier at EUROWISION in 2019. When we heard she was making a cabaret with TikTok superstar Sam Andrew, we were in.” – Rachel Chant, Festival Director

Sydney Premiere

Wipe down your recorder, kick the tanbark out of your shoes and throw that Megasaurus scrapbook to the wind. It’s time to listen up jerks, cos IT’S YOUR OWN LUNCHTIME YOU’RE WASTING!

Join TikTok star and Green Room award-winner Samantha Andrew (Baby Bi Bi Bi) and musical comedian Mel O’Brien (Tinder Tales, Voldemort & the Teenage Hogwarts Musical Parody) for this jam-packed, Glad Wrapped® cabaret adventure, hitting Sydney’s shores after its acclaimed sold-out season at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

Featuring an all original soundtrack, this 55 minute all-singing, all-dancing, all-gluesticking extravaganza is a soft dodgeball to the head. But in a good way. So pick a bus buddy, grab your EpiPen, cross your heart, hope to die and stick a Sunnyboy in your eye! This is Year 6.

“The future of Australian comedy” ★★★★ The Herald Sun

“Just waiting to be eaten up by a Broadway director” SYN Media

“Whip-cracking smart and meticulously composed… a hilariously accurate love letter to those fun filled days of primary school” Australian Arts Review

Presented by:

Writers & Performers Mel O’Brien & Samantha Andrew
Music & Lyrics Mel O’Brien & Samantha Andrew
Producer Mel O’Brien
Track Production Samantha Andrew
Graphic Design & Promo Francis Cao

! Loud Noises, Recommended for ages 16+

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Time: 8:30 pm - 9:25 pm

Duration: 55 mins

Dates: Tue 6 July, Wed 7 July

Price: $27

Venue: Wayside Chapel

Address: 95 Roscoe St, Bondi Beach NSW 2026

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