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The Listies: ROFLSHALBOWCO (Rolling on the Floor Laughing So Hard a Little Bit of Wee Comes Out)

21 - 24 Apr

Hilarious, ridiculous fun for kids that will have the whole family in stitches.

Written and performed by Matthew Kelly and Richard Higgins

The Listies, Australia’s multi-award winning maestros of kidult comedy, win over everyone who comes to see them. Lucky for us their insane, interactive and irreverent escapades are coming to take over Spiegeltent Wollongong!

This is a bonkers sketch comedy extravaganza of epic proportions. Featuring all of the most popular bits from their sell-out shows and jam-packed with a brand new set of hilarious routines, ROFLSHALBOWCO will have the whole family in stitches. Hands down, this is the freshest double-act sketch comedy in kid’s entertainment.

Reviews

  • ...an hour of rambunctious fun so clever, and so perfectly attuned to its audience, it wouldn’t surprise me if The Listies became the first children’s comedy act to win top gong at the Melbourne Comedy Festival. - The Age
  • No-one else does comedy for kids this brilliantly, and what’s more the adults have just as much fun! - Sydney Morning Herald
  • The only downside of seeing The Listies is that kids may be disappointed the next time they go to the theatre because it isn’t always this awesomely excellent. - Sometimes Melbourne
  • When I saw The Listies, it affected my thinking because I really related to the comedy craft they were exercising…it got me a little bit excited to realise that when you are performing for kids, it’s just as delicate and just as sophisticated. - Frank Woodley, The Australian

Merrigong Creativity Camp

Filled with interactive theatre, performance and design workshops, our popular Creativity Camps are back in 2020!

The April Merrigong Creativity Camp will be themed around The Listies: ROFLSHALBOWCO and includes a ticket to see the show with the group. For more information click here.

Relaxed Performance

The performance on Friday 24 April, 10am is designed to welcome people who benefit from a more informal performance environment for a range of real life reasons, including young children and people living with Autism.

There is a relaxed attitude to noise and movement and small changes may be made to the light and sound effects.

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