Josh Glanc

Karma Karma Karma Karma Karma Chamedian

Venue, Date & Time

Factory Theatre

Thu 26th Apr 2018 - 9:30 pm

Fri 27th Apr 2018 - 9:30 pm

Sat 28th Apr 2018 - 9:30 pm

Sun 29th Apr 2018 - 8:30 pm

Show Duration


Ticket Price Range


Recommended For

Ages 15+
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Melbourne chamedian Josh Glanc finally brings his award-winning stupidity to Sydney. He completely sold out the Melbourne Comedy Festival,  sold out shows in Europe, Edinburgh, Adelaide and Perth, performed at Splendour in the Grass and Falls Festivals and was named by THE AGE as on of Australia's "most exciting emerging talents". 

Karma Karma Karma Karma Karma Chamedian is an exhilarating mash up of sketch, character and song that will leave you feeling elated and utterly baffled. Don’t miss 'one of the rising stars of the funny business' (Herald Sun) and his ‘superb character comedy' (Australia Times).   

'Will see you shaking your head while laughing uncontrollably' ★★★★½ -THE ADVERTISER

'Ever stepped inside a tornado? Or climbed into Joshua Glanc’s head? Chances are it’s a no but my guess is they’d be one and the same. Surreal, frenetic, peculiar... indisputably energising'  ★★★★ - HERALD SUN

'I’m not quite sure what just happened but whatever it was, it was hilariously ingenious.' THE CLOTHESLINE

"Speechless. Every time I have been privileged to see Josh Glanc in action I leave beaten up by originality, bravery and unadulterated wit. There is a reason he has been nominated and won multiple awards from a range of festivals... I think this type of comedy would be called Comedy Design. Everything is thought through, whether planned or in the moment, it’s all crazily cohesive. Keeping up with Josh isn’t an option. You have to surrender yourself to the ride." - IN REVIEW (26 October 2017) 

"There’s a bit of Peter Sellers at play here as Glanc seamlessly and convincingly changes persona — even jumping between several characters at once or improvising with his audience in an endless parade of accents. 99 Schnitzels (Veal Ain’t One) is not your meat and two veg kind of comedy, but Glanc is the veal deal. If you’ve never seen a chameleon, here’s your chance." ★★★★ - HERALD SUN

"Sometimes confronting and often awkward, Josh Glanc’s Manfül weaves an incredibly entertaining and endearing story of one man learning to overcome his insecurities, his past and a dreaded chicken wrap. Littered with a tonne of absurdist moments, physical comedy and a loveable character, Manful is a show that will leave your sides hurting from laughter and tears streaming down your face. Whether you’re a little “dweeb bag” or a “real man”, Manfül will be one of the weirdest, funniest and most engaging shows you’re likely to see at this year’s comedy festival. An absolute must see." ★★★★½ - THE MUSIC


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