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THEATRE: THE VERY GOOD LOOKING INITIATIVE PRESENTS CULL

15 Sep 2018 | 7.30pm - 8.40pm

Book Tickets

Use the code WOW20 to get $20 tickets to this performance.

In the social media world run by #instaqueens, we find ourselves looking at our flabby thighs and thinking. 'Should I go to Europe?'. CULL is the trashy, David Lynchian, wet nightmare sketch show, where all your Facebook freaks come to life, lock you in a room and tag you.

After smash hit seasons in Melbourne International Comedy Festival, FRINGE WORLD, NZ Fringe and Adelaide Fringe Festival (Winners of the New Zealand Fringe Tour Ready Award), The Very Good Looking Initiative #fam are making their Sydney Fringe debut bringing you the dark, twisted and sexed up show you know you need. Honor, who has 43 Instagram followers, and Patrick, who was banned from Twitter for cyberbullying his mother, invite you to step behind your Facebook newsfeed for a glittery, fast paced, horror-hilarious night that will leave you wanting to share, like and subscribe. #like4alike

Honor and Patrick delete their Facebook friends, one bitch at a time.


Created by: Honor Wolff and Patrick Durnan Silva
Language: English
Image: Kate Pardey


**** "It’s of its time, it dares to confront, it invites us to consider where we are heading to, without descending to moralising" - Fringe Feed

**** "Intelligent and risky, often too close to comfort...If you’re wondering if anyone is ballsy enough to go there, well this act goes there!" - Fourth Wall Media

**** "Hysterical...the pair execute every sketch with incredible onstage chemistry" - This Is Radelaide

**** "Surreal and bizarre" - Great Scott!

Event Information

LocationCasula Powerhouse
Arts Centre
Theatre

Duration70 mins
No interval

Ages12+

CostAdult: $30
Concession: $22
Child under 16: $22


Phone02 8711 7123

Emailreception@casulapowerhouse.com

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