Comedy duo Sweaty Pits have crafted a show which is always funny, often strange, but never dull.
McMullen perfectly straddles the line of humour and poignancy to deliver a show that is both important and entertaining.
Warhol: Bullet Karma is a show stuffed full of great characterisations from Warhol’s artistic heyday, and Garry Roost’s performance really brings these characters to life.
Katie Lees has created a show which is simultaneously funny and relatable, to the point the full horror of the office work experience is on display.
Amy McNickle and Steffie Yee have created something really immersive and moving with this film, with a dash of dry humour thrown in for measure.
Michaela Burger is both gifted as a singer and storyteller, and those gifts shine in A Migrant’s Son.
Rashaun will most definitely dazzle you with this skill, and charm you with his confident, but quiet, demeanour
Confessions of an Aerobics Instructor is both hilarious and moving, an absolute gem from start to finish.
Ladylike: A Guide to Modern Etiquette is hilarious from the start, and the laughs only get more frequent as you get deeper into the show.
2100: A Space Novelty is a show that is an absolute blast – original, fun, and clever.