Serious Comedy proudly presents
Louisa Fitzhardinge: Comma Sutra
★★★★★ ‘Comma Sutra is a brilliant cabaret show – brilliant in content and performance alike.’ - The West Australian
★★★★★ ‘Witty lyricism and punchlines timed to perfection.’ - Theatre People
★★★★★ ‘An absolute affection for all things wordy.’ - The Australia Times
★★★★★ ‘One of the wittiest and most intelligent shows included in this year's lineup.’ - The Funny Tonne
★★★★☆ "A considered, entertaining and brilliant piece of work by an exceptionally talented Australian artist." - Arts Hub
★★★★★ “beautifully crafted. Genuine and utterly hilarious, Louisa and Greg will have you laughing at linguistics, chortling at commas, and sniggering at semantics.” - Pelican Magazine
Louisa's found true love in the English language, but it's hard being a grammar nerd when there are people selling "potato's" and misusing the word 'literally' at every turn. All she really wants is someone who'll snuggle up with her on the couch and seductively whisper puns into her ear. Ideally in multiple languages. Is that too much to ask?
Join language-loving Lou as she explores the 'bien' and the 'mal' of how we communicate, from sign language gone wrong to Germany's penchant for weird and wonderful words, and figures out why she's so smitten with the written. It's nerdy. It's pun-filled. And it might just make you want to learn a language... or at least start erasing those damn stray apostrophes on café blackboards.
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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