The Imperial Panda Festival
31 March - 24 April
Melb Town Hall - Lunch Room
Cnr Swanston & Collins Sts, Melbourne
Group (4 or more) $17
Laugh Pack $17
Tightarse Tuesday $15
Winner Best Performance Melbourne Fringe
Winner Adelaide Fringe Touring Award
Nominee Green Room Award
Nominee Phillip Parson’s Playwright’s Award
In 1997, Zoe turned 13, broke her cheekbone with a hockey ball, taped every episode of Buffy and Xena, wrote mean graffiti about herself in the toilets just to be noticed and got to play all the flute solos in the West Side Story medley at band camp.
This show’s about that...(plus nosebleeds, leotards and dinosaur puns.)
An eternally daggy and hilariously cringeworthy plunge into the humiliation, outrage and exhilaration of being a teenager.
“Sometimes cringeworthy but always hilarious...exquisitely paced...Will make you nearly pee your pants. So absurd that you can’t help but roll into a heap of laughter.” The Enthusiast
“Coombs Marr keeps the audience besotted with acerbic humour...and turns her flute playing, nose bleeding Sapphic alter ego into a high priestess of cool.” RealTime
“Inimitable.” Adam Jasper
"Review: And That Was The Summer That Changed My Life"
Allison Browning, The Enthusiast
"Risk: The Limits of Laughter and Intimacy"
Varia Karipoff, Real Time