Doors Open 7pm, showtime 8pm-10pm
Reserved Seats: $37.00 +bf
General Admin: $22.00 +bf
At the Door: $25.00 (if still available)
South Of The Border showcases performers who all live south of the Yarra (sorry, northsiders). This is going to be a rip snortin’ good time, so be sure to book early because the first South Of The Border on Nov 10 features none other than St Kilda’s own comedy legend Judith Lucy as headline act. Hooray! Featuring special guests Geraldine Quinn and Brett Blake. Now everybody sing: South of the border, down St Kilda waaaaay.
About Judith Lucy…
Since 1995 Judith Lucy has been performing shows – all of them have been utterly, achingly, ‘provide warnings to asthmatics’ funny. Rivetingly honest, with a gatling gun gag rate – no one sees just one Judith Lucy show. She’s the best-selling author of two devastatingly honest, hilarious books and created two of her own ABC series Judith Lucy’s Spiritual Journey and Judith Lucy Is All Woman both of which were nominated for Best Light Entertainment series at the AACTA awards.
After being nominated for a third time, Judith became the proud owner of the 2015 Best Comedy Performer Helpmann Award for Ask No Questions of the Moth.
Judith teamed up with good friend Denise Scott and created the critically acclaimed, smash hit stage show Disappointments. Together they won the 2017 Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s People’s Choice Award, performed a run at London’s Soho Theatre and sold out shows all over Australia.
So basically she is really funny, anyone who sees or reads her agrees and they keep coming back. A simple but effective formula.
Comedian/Reckless champion/Beer enthusiast. Brett Blake lives in St Kilda. Astutely funny and emotionally in touch, Brett’s hilarious and intelligent material contrasts nicely with his mulleted tough-guy exterior.
Rock cabaret artist & bowie enthusiast. singer songwriter actor mc director writer comedian independent artist. Geraldine Quinn lives in Noble Park, is incredibly funny and one hell of a singer. What a set of pipes! I love a song that she does which is from when she lived in the suburb of McKinnon. It is epic and grandiose…and is about McKinnon (a humble and unpretentious suburb).