Join Darren, Shoes the Monkey and Pam the Map as they go on a dangerous Journey to find the Magic Lamp of Northbridge.The show features local actors, catchy songs, rapid pace humour and a surprising amount of heart that will make Darren the Explorer a pop culture phenomenon.Written by Comedian and frustrated parent Luke Bolland this unique show takes all the elements of children's TV and spins them into an irreverent and hilarious show perfect for an adult audience. Polinelli and with all music written by Australian Idol's Courtney Murphy, Darren the Explorer: The Musical is a must see show!
Seriously, it's a very funny comedy but be warned it plays fast and loose with explicit language and is not for the easily offended! With music by talented Perth mainstay Courtney Murphy and lyrics that will surely get you giggling, it’s almost inevitable you’ll leave the show with at least one tune stuck in your head""With a crowd of over 300 people and 10 of the most popular comedians in Perth the Funny Faces Final was our biggest comedy night of the year!Congratulations to Luke Bolland for being voted the funny faces winner in Perth for 2015.He'll be heading off to the USA in 2016 to perform in comedy rooms around the country""Courtney Murphy has been for me, one of the shining highlights of Australian Idol folklore.Thu 28th Apr 2016 - pm Fri 29th Apr 2016 - pm Sat 30th Apr 2016 - pm Sun 1st May 2016 - pm Wed 4th May 2016 - pm Thu 5th May 2016 - pm Fri 6th May 2016 - pm Sat 7th May 2016 - pm Sun 8th May 2016 - pm Wed 11th May 2016 - pm Thu 12th May 2016 - pm Fri 13th May 2016 - pm Sat 14th May 2016 - pm THE FESTIVAL’S FUNNIEST IN ONE HOUR OF POWER!The Perth Comedy Festival Showcase is back with an awesome line-up of the funniest and freshest acts from the 2016 Festival!
This is the Festival’s funniest in one hour of absolute power.
With a line up of comedians that will tickle everybody’s funny bone, this is the best value ticket in town, so don’t miss out!
As a young carer, you might need to deal with really stressful or confronting situations from time to time.
Other people in your family are probably going through the same thing and may not be able to help you during these times.
Many young carers in the past have found that it can really help to talk to someone about their situation and to go through what they are feeling.
Sometimes your best friend is a good person to talk to; other times it may be an adult that you trust.