As the 2018 Melbourne International Comedy Festival wraps up, no one is ready to say goodbye. Come join us in denial with On The Fence Theatre's second instalment as we showcase three excellent comedy shows.
First, based on the true story of Nikola Tesla, the inventor of electricity, and his bizarre romance with a pigeon, Sidonie de la Coeur presents her piece Tesla and The Pigeon.
Second, Ari Dikeos presents his play Heaven is a Two Star Motel, in which a woman discovers that happiness in the afterlife has its own terms, conditions, and 50% guarantees.
To close the evening, Josh Cake and Sandy Whittem are the improv duo known as Diversity Quota. They will perform a show that has never been seen before ... and that will never be seen again.
Tickets are $7 at the door or $10 with a drink. All income goes towards paying the performers and writers, and funding future shows.