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Good Show: Robots Robots Robots!

When:

Sat 26 Sep 2015, 6:45pm–7:45pm
Sun 27 Sep 2015, 5:45pm–6:45pm
Tue 29 Sep 2015, 6:45pm–7:45pm
Wed 30 Sep 2015, 6:45pm–7:45pm
Thu 1 Oct 2015, 6:45pm–7:45pm
Fri 2 Oct 2015, 6:45pm–7:45pm
Sat 3 Oct 2015, 6:45pm–7:45pm

Where: Lithuanian Club, 44 Errol St, North Melbourne, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Adult: $22.00
  • Concession: $18.00
  • Group of 6: $15.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: goodshowcomedy

Good Show has seen the future – and now they want to show you how goddamn hilarious it is.

So, what happens when the machines are smarter than us? What happens when the computers come for our jobs? What happens when President Robobama takes the White House?

Good Show is the first comedic outing of a new sketch supergroup consisting of Big Hoo-Haa alumni and all-round talented gits Sophie Kneebone (Impromptunes, Braveface), Matt Saraceni (Lords of Luxury, Funny or Die's Written it Down), Brianna Williams (Perth Fringe sell-out hit Shakesprovisation) and Luke Ryan (Lords of Luxury, author of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Chemo).

Together they’ve created a fast, furious and funny riff on our ever-more-dependent relationship with technology: connector, enabler, distractor, destroyer. This isn't just the same tired old satire on FB updates and Tinder politics – this is a thought-provoking sequence of interconnected sketches touching on isolation, obsolescence, awe, addiction and the questionable motives of our new robot overlords.

Praise be Robobama.