Sydney Opera House

Myra DuBois: Dead Funny

Where
Sydney Opera House
Bennelong Point, Sydney NSW 2000
Utzon Room
When

Friday 21 February from 8pm to 9pm Saturday 22 February from 5pm to 6pm Saturday 22 February from 8pm to 9pm Sunday 23 February from 5pm to 6pm Tuesday 25 February from 8pm to 9pm Wednesday 26 February from 8pm to 9pm Thursday 27 February from 8:30pm to 9:30pm Friday 28 February from 8pm to 9pm Saturday 29 February from 5pm to 6pm

Cost

Starting from: $49.00 + booking fee

This February, British comedian Myra DuBois – a.k.a. the self-declared ‘Siren of South Yorkshire’ – invites Australian audiences to attend her hysterically funny ‘funeral’ celebrations at the Opera House during the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.

After all, who could deliver a better eulogy about Myra than Myra?

In her new show Dead Funny, DuBois – the comic creation of Gareth Joyner – casts an irreverent side-eye at death, dying and the theatrics of grief. An unpredictable and genuinely funny piece of character comedy, Myra always has a witty retort up her sleeve, and no one is safe from her razor-sharp sense of humour.

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Sydney Opera House

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