Comedy, Theatre

I don’t know how this will end

NSW, AUSTRALIA

Tickets $15 - $20

Tue 20 - Sat 24 Sep | 50 minutes Emerging Artist Sharehouse - The Office
SHOW IS RATED: M15+
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Bea Barbeau-Scurla’s childhood home had some rocky foundations. Now, so does she. Although created almost ten years apart, she feels connected to her childhood home through her parents’ shoddy craftsmanship.

As her parents prepare to sell the home and amid recovering from a depression “whoopsie”, Bea moved back in and help pack up. Considering some extensive hoarding, thirty-five years of memories and walls that you would want to shut up if they could speak; packing the house up was no easy task. Bea takes you through the journey of having to unbox – and confront – your own bizarre childhood through the art of stand-up comedy. Unpack it all with Bea in a hilarious comedy show about an upbringing bringing you down.

Bea Barbeau-Scurla is a stand-up comedian, screenwriter and producer. Her debut feature film, Suburban Wildlife won second runner up audience award at the 2019 Sydney Film Festival and was long-listed for an AACTA Award. As a comedian she has opened for legendary acts such as Wil Anderson and Geraldine Hickey. Her voice has been described as manic, unique and sharp. Darkly funny and disarmingly beautiful (her secret is she’s mixed race, which is very trendy right now), Bea is a powerhouse and absolutely one to watch!

Show details

Show details
  • 50 minutes
  • Venue 1: Emerging Artist Sharehouse - The Office
Performance notes
  • World Premiere
  • Content warnings: Coarse Language, Discussion of Suicide, Content Related to Mental Health/Ill-health, Sexual Themes
  • Performance accessibility:
    Tuesday 20 Sep
  • Performance accessibility:
    Wednesday 21 Sep
  • Performance accessibility:
    Thursday 22 Sep
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Venue details & accessibility
Emerging Artist Sharehouse - The Office

104 Erskineville Road Erskineville, Sydney
Telephone: 95506087

Accessibility

Approach:
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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    With a penchant for making any topic charming-as-fuck, Bea makes being sad and irreverent look easy, and most of all, enjoyable. On The Town

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