Comedy

Hot Chick/Tired Mum

NSW, AUSTRALIA

Tickets $20

Fri 25 Feb - Sun 6 Mar | 50 minutes The Terraces - The Study @ The Terraces
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A dark and glittering debut hour, 5 years in the making. Steph Broadbridge is a 30-something woman who is neither a hot chick nor a tired mum so what good is she to anyone? This is an hour jam-packed with jokes and songs from one of Sydney’s hardest working comedians.

A dark and glittering debut hour, 5 years in the making.

Steph was a Raw National Finalist in 2019 and her first solo show ‘Female Musical Comedian’ was nominated and short listed for ‘Best Comedy’ at Sydney Fringe Festival, which put her in contention with Matt Okine, Lawrence Mooney and the eventual winner, Robyn Perkins.

Show details

Show details
  • 50 minutes
  • Venue 1: The Terraces - The Study @ The Terraces
Performance notes
  • None of the above
  • Content warnings: Discussion of Suicide, Discussion of Sexual Violence, Depiction of Suicide, Depiction of Sexual Violence, Content related to Eating Disorders, Content Related to Mental Health/Ill-health, Verbal Audience Interaction
    • R
  • Things to note: Covid-19: Please note all Sideshow ticket holders must be fully vaccinated; proof of vaccination will be required upon entry.
Venue details & accessibility
The Terraces - The Study @ The Terraces

35 - 37 George St, The Rocks
Telephone: 0402 371 004

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    Reviews

    She broke someone with laughter Hugging comedians (MICF 2018)

    Steph Broadbridge was easily the stand-out performance of the night with her sharp, mischievous and unpredictable humour and perfect comic timing. weekendnotes.com (MICF 2019)

    a fully-formed, club-tested piece, a testament to the work ethic that has previously seen Broadbridge clock up more than 300 shows in a calendar year. Artshub