Three women posing in front of a solid pink background. Steph (left) has dark hair in a ponytail, wears long silver earrings and holds two yellow balls in her hand. Tess (centre) has long red hair and stares with a pouty smirk. Nic (right) has mid length brown curly hair with a fringe, and wears a pearl necklace, is smirking with her tongue out, and is wearing a black boxing glove on her hand.
The three performers pose in front of a pink sparkly background. They are all in their sparkly, shimmery dresses and are each wearing/holding boxing gloves, a baseball bat, and balls, respectively. Nic (left) looks as if she is about to throw a punch but it won't be a very strong one, Tess (centre) is adement she will get a home run on the next hit, and Steph (right) is suggestively distracted by the balls she is holding in her hand.
Six characters all those you'd rather stay away from. From left to right: an older gentlemen who is holding a rose which is making him sneeze, a guy wearing hi-vis, orange ray bans and a clueless look on his face, a "leftist" appearing guy with trendy clothes holding a mug and mid-monologue, a threatening boxer-looking type, a guy with bleach blonde hair and red suit suggestively poking his head out from behind, and a very polished man with stubble holding a rose who looks like he is seconds away from a flamenco dance break.

Hit n Hope: A Character Cabaret

Steph, Nic and Tess are all about men. They don't adore them; in fact they've had quite enough, thank you. So why do they keep running towards them? Is it because these guys are elegant, smart, muscular, emotionally communicative and have great relationships with their mothers? No. No it’s not.

Celebrate singledom and female empowerment by reflecting on some of the duds we’ve all dated: f**k boys, real estate agents from QLD, boys with arts degrees, incels, and that guy who was old enough to be your dad’s dad.

Join us for the ultimate night jam-packed with character comedy, original music and killer dance routines. Because the dating pool right now is as empty as an attic covered in cobwebs, and we’re not here to f**k spiders.

“Outstanding and innovative” Broden Kelly, Aunty Donna

Comedy • Sketch show
Victoria • World Premiere

Wed, 06 Mar - Sat, 16 Mar

60 min

Henry's Table at Ayers House

$22 to $25

M15+ (2 Warnings)

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