Rose Callaghan: Cursed Trainwreck Cheap Comedy Show

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The Laugh Resort at The Shoe Bar & Cafe

Yagan Square, 376 - 420 Wellington Street, Perth

Minors can only attend this show at this venue with a parent or legal guardian.

Suitability and warnings: M

Coarse Language:


Other Warnings:

Drug use, Mental Health, Sexual References

Kleenheat Sizzle Factor: Hot

Take your Fringe experience up a notch. Think first-date-friendly shows or ones to check out with your work pals.

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About this event

New material show! Will it be funny, silly, loose & cheap? Yes! Will it be polished? No! This is stories and jokes I've been working on which may include a story about an online war I got into with some Aussie hip-hoppers and a bin fire that I witnessed. It will definitely include a complaint letter sent to a comedy club about me.

Recently I have been invited to perform at the Sydney Comedy Festival Gala, Woodford Folk Festival, Art Gallery of New South Wales and opened for Puppetry of the Penis. I'm a regular on triple j and won Best Comedy at Sydney Fringe 2016.

"She's damn funny. That's all you need to know. Go see her." ★★★★ Daily Review
"Jaw-dropping and downright hilarious." ★★★★ The Herald Sun
"A powerhouse on the stage" Pedestrian TV
"Super funny." Charlie Pickering

Presented by:
Rose Callaghan

Rose Callaghan is a Sydney based award winning stand-up comedian, actor, writer and presenter. Over the past seven years she’s earned a reputation for herself as bold, provocative and most of all hilarious. She won the Best Comedy Award at Sydney Fringe 2016.

In the last year she’s opened for Liz Miele (USA) at the Comedy Store, and been invited to perform at the Sydney Comedy Festival Gala, Sydney Comedy Festival showcases, Woodford Folk Festival, and as one of 4 acts in the Late Night Laughs series at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. She also gained a lot of attention for an opinion piece she wrote in the Sydney Morning Herald about her experience being diagnosed with ADHD at the age of 32. She's regularly featured on triple j, and has appeared on ABC TV’s Get Krack!n.

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