Former Child Star – Giveaway

We have FIVE double passes to give away to Former Child Star at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

Alison Bice and Jason Marion’s warped minds have joined forces to bring you a comedy festival show for the dark at heart.

Connie Cruise is a former child star known for her role as Binky on the successful 90’s sitcom, ‘Bob and Binky,’ performing alongside acclaimed actor, Bruce McKenzie. Bruce is currently in prison on sexual harassment charges filed by Connie, while Connie is now desperately trying to make a comeback with her new autobiography.

The scene is set at Connie’s book launch, which might otherwise be going well if it wasn’t for her sleazy, incompetent agent; an uncooperative and creepy bookstore owner; and a nervous, obsessive fan.

Oh. And Bruce wants Connie dead.

Please fill out the form below to go into the competition to win a double pass to see Former Child Star at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

Date: 31st of March
Time: 7:15pm
Duration: 60 Minutes
Location: Melb Town Hall – Lunch Room
Cnr Swanston & Collins Sts, Melbourne

Entries close at 6:30pm on 24th of March, 2012 AEDST
The winners will be chosen at random and will be notified by a email or phone.

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Matt Edwards

Matt is a past owner of AussieTheatre, working as digital director from 2011 to 2019. He is also a performer, most recently appeared in the Australian tour of Mamma Mia! and previously in the Australian/NZ tour of CATS and Enda Markey's acclaimed production of Blood Brothers. As well as performing Matt keeps himself busy in the digital side of the arts working with web design agency Emptyhead Digital

Matt Edwards

One thought on “Former Child Star – Giveaway

  • Did you hear the joke about the pretty young girl who got abused, abandoned, and drugged? yeah the rapist got stabbed by the mad woman. bum bum!.  That doesnt really work as a joke, just as this didn’t really work as a comedy play. I really really wanted to like it. I was ready to be amused and entertained by “alternative comedy”. But I have to reluctantly admit that I agreed with Helen Razer’s review in The Age; it really didn’t have anything to offer despite the undisputed talent of the cast. 


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