Performance dates & times

Thursday 28 Mar
7:00 PM
Friday 29 Mar
7:00 PM
Saturday 30 Mar
7:30 PM
Sunday 31 Mar
6:00 PM
Tuesday 2 Apr
7:00 PM
Wednesday 3 Apr
7:00 PM
Thursday 4 Apr
7:00 PM
Friday 5 Apr
7:00 PM
Saturday 6 Apr
7:30 PM
Sunday 7 Apr
6:00 PM
Tuesday 9 Apr
7:00 PM
Wednesday 10 Apr
7:00 PM
Thursday 11 Apr
7:00 PM
Friday 12 Apr
7:00 PM
Saturday 13 Apr
7:30 PM
Sunday 14 Apr
6:00 PM

Running Time 70 minutes, no interval

Price range

Previews (Thu 28 - Sun 31 Mar)
$44.90
Tuesdays
$44.90
Wed-Thu & Sun
$49.90
Fri & Sat
$52.90

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Judith Lucy is single again… and 50.

She recently reflected on her entire history with men and concluded that maybe it was time to shut up shop.

“Whatever it is that I’m selling, a lot of straight guys simply aren’t that interested in buying it and I’m including people like my father.”

In amongst exploring stereotypes and her own desires, Judith will recount her full history with the opposite sex and leave it up to the audience to determine whether she should ever date again.

Should Judith hang up her vagina for good? Australia, the decision is yours!

A national comedy treasure, Judith Lucy is a household name. She has a back catalogue of live shows that have made hundreds of thousands of Australians whoop and howl with laughter over the better part of 30 years and has carved out a reputation as one of the most rivetingly honest, assured and hilarious comedians this country has ever produced.

Judith Lucy Vs Men will be Judith’s first solo show since Ask No Questions of the Moth won the prestigious Helpmann Award for Best Comedy Performance in 2015. The show was also cherry-picked by STAN and recorded for their hugely successful One Night Stan stand-up special series.

In 2017 Judith teamed up with good friend Denise Scott to create their critically acclaimed, smash-hit show Disappointments, which sold more than 70,000 tickets nationally and won the 2017 Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s People’s Choice Award.



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