EXTRA “CRYBABY” SESSION JUST ADDED - 5pm Saturday May 7, Factory Floor - Factory Theatre
Prams and babies are welcome at this special “crybaby” session of ‘Young, Dumb and Full of Mum’. Please note this is a show geared towards adults who just so happen to have babies, not a “family friendly” show. There may be some language and adult themes, so it may not be a good idea to bring older kids who understand words.
Don’t call Rose Callaghan a “mum”. She’s an intelligent, bisexual Scorpio with E-cup boobs & a newly issued probationary licence, who just so happens to the be the proud owner of a baby. In a truly inspiring world first, Rose got knocked up during lockdown. The experience of trying to be a modern parent in a system that is still quite attached to outdated gender stereotypes came as a shock.
Rose Callaghan (Winner, Sydney Fringe ‘Best Comedy’) returns with her 5th solo show. This show is supported by Creative Victoria.
This show answers the questions everyone wants to know: What can male/female couples learn about parenting from lesbians? Is my baby cute or am I just biologically wired to think so?
In Rose’s search for the truth, she stumbles across an ancient VHS from 1985, revealing the truth about where we’ve come from, and where we’ve landed. An examination of the culture of parenting in our “modern” society, this show is for everyone - from parents to non-breeders.
Over her 10 year comedy career, Rose has developed a reputation for thematic shows that think outside the square, packed with hilarious takes on the world around her, selling out across the country with rave reviews.
Rose is a regular segment presenter on ABC Melbourne Afternoons & has appeared regularly on 3RRR & Triple J – as well as Double J, Triple M, Fox FM and ABC RN and has written for The Guardian & The Sydney Morning Herald.
Directed by Nicolette Minster (Cast/Writer, KINNE Tonight; Cast/Writer, Sammy J, ABC)
'Brutally honest and hilariously frank, Rose Callaghan is a powerhouse on the stage' Pedestrian.TV
'She’s damn funny. That’s all you need to know. Go see her ★★★★' Daily Review
'Shows you can’t miss… Rousing and bracingly honest' The Guardian
'Downright hilarious ★★★★' Herald Sun
Please be advised, unfortunately this room is not wheelchair accessible.