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Woman dressed as Mother Mary/goddess archetype praying with a single red rose between her hands, behind is a starry night sky.
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Dear God, please take me now

Molly takes audiences on a heartfelt and hilarious exploration of some of life's darkest moments with courage, humour, and empowerment. With a captivating blend of wit and vulnerability, she delves into her personal experiences and shares her story. This isn't just a comedy show; it's a transformative experience that encourages open conversations, shedding light on the often unspoken struggles of life.
'Dear God, please take me now' is a relatable testimony to being human and using the power of laughter to heal. Audiences leave feeling empowered and enlightened, with a newfound understanding of the strength that lies within each of us, even in our darkest moments. Join Molly on this extraordinary journey of empowerment, joy and laughter. Content Warning: tramua, abuse and suicide.

Comedy • Theatre
United Kingdom • Australian Premiere

Fri, 16 Feb - Fri, 15 Mar

60 min

The Gallery at The Courtyard of Curiosities at the Migration Museum

$20 to $25

M15+ (3 Warnings)

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