ROFL (Rolling On The Floor Laughing)
Back by Poopular demand! Join Rich and Matt for a comedy extravaganza jam packed with magically stupid stuff.
ROFL sees The Listies tackle the most terrifyingly tortuous family situation of all: BEDTIME. Rich, the exhausted parental proxy, is trying to get an early night while his hapless, hopeless housemate, Matt, deploys every trick in the book to stay up late.
Featuring toilet paper cannons, a real life Cowasaurus, lullabies of doom, detachable legs, a panoply of puns, and possibly too many Aldi gags. This show will have you Rolling On The Floor Laughing!
Gratuitous, ridiculous, hilarious, joyous and possibly hazardous, Rich and Matt are The Listies, Australia’s maestros of kidult comedy, a multi-award winning duo who win over everyone who comes to see them with their insane, interactive, illogical and irreverent
As seen on ABC TV’s The Listies Work for Peanuts. The Listies’ Teleportaloo book series, published by Penguin, is available in all bad bookshops.
4½ STARS “…an hour of rambunctious fun so clever, and so perfectly attuned to its audience, it wouldn’t surprise me if The Listies became the first children’s comedy act to win top gong at the Melbourne Comedy Festival.” The Age
“No-one else does comedy for kids this brilliantly, and what’s more the adults have just as much fun!” Sydney Morning Herald
“When I saw The Listies, it affected my thinking because I really related to the comedy craft they were exercising…it got me a little bit excited to realise that when you are performing for kids, it’s just as delicate and just as sophisticated.” Frank Woodley, The Australian.
“If the Wiggles are the Eagles then the Listies are the Sex Pistols.” Dave O’Neil ,The Age.
“Australian duo the Listies have conquered children’s comedy through deep respect for their audience, with a focus on the subversion of the adult desire for control — with hilarious results.” Sue Giles, The Australian.
“Absolutely delicious!” — A Tiger.
“If your kids have never been to the theatre before, do them a favour and make this their first experience. It’s something they will never forget.” — The Scotsman.
28 June 2023
28 June 2023
Horsham Town Hall
71 Pynsent Street
Children (Under 16) $15
Parent or Carer (must be booked alongside participating child's ticket) FREE