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Sunny Youngsmith Meaty Sue's Big Farma


Sunny Youngsmith Meaty Sue's Big Farma

Indulge in the meat loving maven, Meaty Sue, who is on a carnivorous caper as she seeks for her elusive brother, Big Farma! With her parents gone to the big barbecue in the sky, Meaty Sue's impending wedding day is missing a crucial guest of honour - her estranged big brother Big Farma Phil.

It’s crunch time for this uproarious and carnivorous protagonist as she embarks on a gut-busting quest. Armed with nothing but a spatula and a song in her heart, Meaty Sue sets off on a pork-tacular adventure filled with boisterous tunes, outrageous anecdotes, and enough meaty madness to make a vegetarian reassured with their life choices.

Sunny Youngsmith (they/them) is a non-binary multi-disciplinary artist based in Naarm (Melbourne) Australia. Their work focuses on exploring queer and neurodivergent perspectives as an actor, writer and producer.

Big Farma is absurd, silly and queer with a Kath & Kim twist. Worry not sweet vegans, this show is also for you.

Strictly for audiences 15+

This show contains: Death and grief, Drug references, Strong coarse language.


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