Comedy, Spoken Word & Storytelling



Tickets $15 - $25

Tue 6 - Sat 10 Sep | 1 hour Emerging Artist Sharehouse - The Office
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In the 20th century, Sigmund Freud was a toxic little Chatty Cathy who wouldn’t shut up about the subconscious. Now it’s 2022 and we all have mummy issues.

Slip into this debut comedy hour as Lauren Hayward (MICF, Adelaide Fringe, Melbourne Fringe, Sydney Comedy Fringe) unpacks weird dreams, figures out sex and contends with an outsized ego.

Feminist like Fleabag, whimsical like Anne Edmonds, with a little Bo Burnham realness – plus dick jokes (Freud, duh).

Written and performed by Lauren Hayward. Lauren is a comedian, improviser, and screenwriter. She has performed around Australia including the Adelaide Fringe, Melbourne Fringe, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, and the 2022 Sydney Comedy Fringe.


Directed by Marcel Blanch – de Wilt. Marcel is a stand-up comedian, writer, and director. In 2019 he directed ‘Nanna-stasia’, which went on to win two awards at the Sydney Fringe.


Show details

Show details
  • 1 hour
  • Venue 1: Emerging Artist Sharehouse - The Office
Performance notes
  • World Premiere
  • Content warnings: Coarse Language, Content Related to Mental Health/Ill-health, Verbal Audience Interaction, Physical Contact with Audience Members, Sexual Themes
Venue details & accessibility
Emerging Artist Sharehouse - The Office

104 Erskineville Road Erskineville, Sydney
Telephone: 95506087


There is ramp entry to the right of the building. The ramp width varies from 98cm at the entrance to 118cm in the middle. Partial uneven ground out the front. Street parking and accessible parking near by, close to bus stops. Note there is an accessible bathroom but can only be accessed through the 'Living room'.

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    • Writer & Performer – Lauren Hayward
    • Director – Marcel Blanch-de Wilt
    • Producer – Disco Turtle Productions
    • Artwork – Sam Wade
    • Images – Rob Studdert
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    • Disco Turtle Productions