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Still Unqualified

Joanne and Felicity standing back to back looking at the camera, tied together with rope
Where
Ensemble Theatre
Ensemble Theatre
78 McDougall Street, Kirribilli NSW 2061
78 McDougall Street Kirribilli 2061
When

Tuesdays to Sundays, 8:15pm to 9:15pm Friday 29 April to Saturday 4 June

Cost

Starting from: $38

They might be carrying briefcases and commanding bigger paycheques, but straight-talking Joanne and perennially optimistic Felicity are back and STILL UNQUALIFIED in this sequel to 2018’s hilarious hit comedy.

It’s been a year since we left Joanne and Felicity singing at a karaoke bar. They now live together, work out of their home office and tackle jobs that require a far greater degree of expertise — which neither of them have. From birth doulas to truck drivers, wedding planners to paralegals, the two women stretch the truth but never risk stretching their friendship beyond repair.

The inimitable Genevieve Hegney and Catherine Moore reunite once more with director Janine Watson for this madcap comedy about (still) hanging in there.

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