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Serious Comedy, supported by the City of Melbourne COVID-19 Arts Grants, proudly presents

Rama Nicholas: The Lucky Ones


A romantic comedy adventure unlike any other - a master of character-comedy and storytelling, Rama will sweep you off your feet in this hilariously juicy tale about love, sex and romantic relationships. 

The story follows the warm and buttery character Carmen Walters, a seemingly ordinary middle-aged woman. But Carmen is anything but ordinary - she is a cult romance and erotica writer. In an exposé of her most noted stories, Carmen takes us on a seductively wild and intimate journey, unfolding new worlds where sexual tension, forbidden love and happy endings all play a leading role.

WINNER Brisbane Tour Ready Award (2018) Nominee 2017 Best Comedy Melbourne Fringe (2017)
Nominee Golden Gibbo Award Melb Comedy Fest (2017)

CONTENT WARNING: Please note that this performance will include some explicit (but comical and not gratuitous) descriptions akin to what you might read in a romance novel. 

This show has performances  (AEST)

Session times are listed as Australian Eastern Standard Time (GMT+10). If you aren't in Australia's eastern states, you can check your local show time using this nifty time zone converter.

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These shows are being broadcast from Footscray in Melbourne’s west. We are working on the traditional lands of the Boonwurrung and Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation and pay our respects to their Elders, past, present, and emerging.


Supported by the City of Melbourne COVID-19 Arts Grants