On Friday 25 May 2018 at 7:30pm
In 2014, Lana was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. So she went and wrote some jokes.
'Let me start by telling you I’m ok. I’m just in a small situation involving a pesky cancer tumour in my left nork, but I’m not dying and I’m the luckiest person in the entire world. Cos f*ck cancer, man. F*ck cancer.'
Jokes, truths, and one or two poignant bits from a Melbourne comic who survived breast cancer.

‘Hilariously honest’ -

‘Gutsy and gleeful’ -


‘Uproariously funny, devastating and heartfelt, Schwarcz doesn’t want her audience to have a good bedside manner but to behave as badly as she does' -


"A tour de force that absolutely everyone not afraid of boobs needs to go see. It‘s hard to explain just what Lana has achieved with this show, but she has taken this taboo subject and made it comedy; cathartic, real, honest comedy."Theatreview

This is an event for all adults, especially men who are supporting women with cancer, their families and friends. It is a punchy, provactive, sensitive and heartfelt show that is funny and will help you understand what a breast cancer patient is going through.
This is in a small, intimate venue and seats are limited (84) so book early to avoid disappointment.
Running time is about 60 minutes. The performance is followed by a light supper, raffle draw, informal chat amoungst friends and the local Breast Cancer nurse will be there also.
Lake Charm Hall

Gannawarra Shire Council

03 5450 9333

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