11 - 24 April
Mon-Tue & Thu-Sat 10pm
The Tuxedo Cat *
Basement, 335 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
* Licensed venue. Under 18s must be accompanied by a Parent or Legal Guardian.
Group (5 or more) $17
Laugh Pack $17
Tightarse Tuesday $15
Boobs, beards, beehives and booty. A VERY physical comedy...
Follow ‘Man’ and ‘Woman’ on their awkward journey to discover the true meaning of sex-appeal – from the first cave woman who learnt how to give a saucy wink, to Jane Austen's era when the male thigh muscle was the hottest thing on the planet, through the highs and lows of the sexual revolution, to the modern day where anything goes. Combining slapstick, dance and a killer soundtrack.
Sexytime! is created and performed by Tessa Waters (How to be a Lady, 2010 Melbourne Comedy Festival) and Kai Smythe (In Search of Atlantis, 2010 Melbourne Comedy Festival)
Previous Reviews for Tessa Waters' hit show, How to be a Lady:
"Funny as Hell. 41/2 stars." The Age
"Instantly relatable and utterly engaging." Adelaide Advertiser
"A non-stop roller-coaster of laughter." ArtsHub
"Tessa Waters is an amazingly talented mime artist, like Frank Woodley in way, she can find humour in the most mundane of actions and has created a charming, daggy, clumsy, hapless character that you can’t help but love and sympathise with." The Groggy Squirrel
Previous reviews for Kai Smythe and his award-winning show In Search of Atlanits:
WINNER Melbourne Cabaret Festival Professional Development Award 2009 Melbourne Fringe Festival
NOMINEE Best Cabaret 2010 Adelaide Fringe Festival
"Kai Smythe displays superb singer/songwriting and comic talent in the hour-long show; folk-rock songs are interspersed with laugh-out-loud comic scenes featuring a bevy of wacky characters." Adelaide Theatre Guide
"100% on song, hilarious! 4 stars." Adelaide Advertiser
The performance previously advertised for Monday 18th April has been cancelled. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
""Kai and Tess are hilarious at what they do, had the audience in fits""
""Sexytime is a grand affair of comedic brilliance.""
""Non Stop Laughter""
Rip It Up - Adelaide
"Top 10 Comedians of Tomorrow"
The Age/Sydney Morning Herald