"PERFECT FAMILY AMUSEMENT"
★★★★1/2 The Sydney Morning Herald
Fresh from touring their hugely fun Christmas season Rich and Matt are hitting the road with a huge world tour of straya with their award winning show 6D (It's twice as good as 3D) Expect alien attacks, haunted backpacks, toilet paper guns and a 6D movie made at every show!
FOR ALL KIDS AGED 4–400 Million (Dinosaurs allowed)
11-15th Jan Q theatre Queanbeayan
17 Jan Empire Theatre Toowoomba
19 Jan Lake Kiwana Entertainment Centre
2nd March, Margaret River Cultural Centre
4th March, Port Hedland Matt Dann Cultural Centre
7th March, Broome Civic Centre
9th March, Moora Performing Arts Centre
10th March, Mandurah Manpac
11th March, Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre
14th March, Kalgoorlie The Goldfields arts centre
16th March, Esperance Civic Centre
31st March, Williamstown Mechanics Institute
1st April, Geelong Performing Arts Centre
3-4th April, Mildura Performing Arts Centre
7th April, Ballarat
11th April, La Trobe Performing Arts Centre
12th April, Cardinia Cultural Centre
13th April, Hawthorn Arts Centre
18th-21st May, DreamBIG Festival Adelaide
We wrote a book, it's called ICKYPEDIA: A Dictionary of Disgusting New Words, published by Penguin Books. From ALPHABURP* to ZINKLEGRITTING,** the ICKYPEDIA has some of the most ridiculous, stupid and GROSSTASTIC*** words you've never heard. Here are some examples
FRUIN To ruin a perfectly unhealthy snack by adding fruit to it.
SPEWTIFUL A beautiful spew. See also POOTIFUL.
UDDER PANTS Undies for cows.
ICKYPEDIA A disgusting book you should never, ever read.
Alien attacks, toilet paper guns, spew, the rudest word in the world and the most disgusting pair of undies you have ever seen in your entire life. Raucous, unruly hour and guaranteed to have the whole family (even dads) LOLing, ROFLing and ROFLSHALBOWCOing.* Don't miss it!
(*Rolling On the Floor Laughing So Hard a Little Bit of Wee Came Out)
Haunted backpacks, ninja nans, vomiting puppets and fully automatic toilet paper guns. Best of all an actual movie is made at every performance with a helmet mounted GoPro!
While stuffed full of all the high-brow things that kids love (like fart jokes and vomiting) The Listies ensure that audiences of all ages laugh as many times as they can. The silver screen is about to turn brown.
Hamlet is full of thrilling things that kids love in a good story: ghosts, castles, sword fights, fake blood and spooky stuff.
And that’s not all… expect bonus pillow fights, pirates, ninjas, ninja pirates, aliens, ninja pirate aliens, zombies and a bunch of other hilarious stuff as The Listies take kids and their adults on a fun-filled hour of mayhem that mischievously celebrates the excitement and unpredictable nature of live theatre.
The only thing we can be sure of is that everyone dies at the end – including the audience!
The Listies, are bringing their best-smelling, award winning book ‘ICKYPEDIA: A Dictionary of Disgusting New Words’ to the stage! ICKYPEDIA will be a seriously silly show that answers all of life’s important questions: how do you take a SMELLFIE? What does POOETRY sound like? Who is the world’s worst chef? What is a HOOTENGRANNY? And how does one avoid a FARTQUAKE? Anarchic, spontaneous and astoundingly funny ICKYPEDIA will uneducates and delight audiences everywhere it goes! Rated D for Disgusting. Due to debut in mid 2017 at the Victorian Arts Centre Melbourne!
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