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The Butterfly Club presents 2022 Moosehead Recipient

Gabbi Bolt I Hope My Keyboard Doesn't Break

IN PERSON
The Butterfly Club presents 2022 Moosehead Recipient

Gabbi Bolt I Hope My Keyboard Doesn't Break

Gabbi Bolt really hopes her keyboard doesn't break.

In her first solo live show, 2022 Moosehead Recipient Gabbi ('Ratatouille the TikTok Musical', 'A Rational Fear', The Chaser) brings her unique style of musical comedy to the stage! 

Armed with a keyboard, a mic and a crippling fear of disappointing people, this silly songstress puts the 'sing' in 'chasing validation'.

No topic is off limits: climate change, feminism and why small towns have too many pubs. 

Originally from Bathurst, Gabbi became an overnight success the usual way – singing duets with former PM Kevin Rudd on TikTok during the pandemic.

She was also featured in The New York Times after collaborating with artists around the world to create 'Ratatouille the TikTok Musical'.

When she’s not on stage you can hear her on 'The Chaser Daily Report podcast' and as a regular guest on 'A Rational Fear'.

Gabbi Bolt is a fast rising star of musical comedy in Australia. So much so, you’ll brag to your friends in a few years “Oh –  I saw Gabbi in 2022 when she was a nobody". 

'Gabbi is legitimately a good composer and lyricist.' Wayne Brady, Whose Line Is It Anyway.

...No, really.

Review: I Hope My Keyboard Doesn’t Break  – Mind Share 4.0
REVIEW Adelaide Fringe Review: I Hope My Keyboard Doesn’t Break  – Collage Adelaide 4.5
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Suitable for audiences 18+

This show contains: Drug references, Occasional coarse language.

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