by Charlie Pickering
23 January - 2 February 2008
In 1986, Charlie’s dad was pushed into a pool by his best friend. What followed was ten years of payback involving three toilets, a poodle, daffodils and the State Emergency Service. When maturity is the first casualty of war, things tend to escalate.
Edgy, polished and inventive, Charlie Pickering is one of the most exciting new names in Australian comedy.
After sold-out shows at the Soho Theatre in London’s West End and packing houses at the Edinburgh Fringe, Melbourne Comedy Festival and London’s Comedy Store, Charlie Pickering brings Impractical Jokes to Griffin, for a strictly limited two-week late-night run at the SBW Stables Theatre.
Preview 21 January
Season 23 January – 2 February
Please Note Impractical Jokes plays at the late night times of Mon 8.30, Tues – Sat 9pm
Devised and Performed by Charlie Pickering
SBW Stables Theatre
10 Nimrod St
Kings Cross NSW 2010
"...an unlikely celebration of those who exist outside the box." ★★★★ Ben Neutze @TimeOutSydney gives Nick Coyle's 'The Feather in the Web' 4 STARS! Read the full review: https://t.co/r3pSwoETaJ
Griffin UP LATE is 2 weeks away! Join us for a post-show jam of music and chortles on Friday 2 November following 'The Feather in the Web' by the hilarious Nick Coyle, who will be joining an awesome lineup of storytellers, comedians & musicians. Tix $15: https://t.co/G7Ry05NVPa
"Few writers can pull this off...But Coyle succeeds, aided by a cast that switches gears as seamlessly as a luxury car." ★★★★ 4 STARS for Nick Coyle's 'The Feather in the Web' from @JohnRShand at @smh Have a read: https://t.co/taEPEj84dS
#TBT to Peta Brady in her play 'UGLY MUGS' (2014) directed by Marion Potts in a co-production with @MalthouseMelb #australianstories #australianplays
"Griffin has Four Pillars gin and tonics, making it arguably the best theatre bar in the city." The highest of compliments from @neutze. Loved this article!