/ˈbɪmbɪ/ (noun)


A term of endearment used extensively in the Thambar household when someone is being silly, cheeky or stupid.


This show is about the place we’ve all recently been spending a lot more of our time – home. A collection of funny stories about culture, faith and family.


See you there ya bimbi!


'Thambar demonstrates more comedic talent and confidence than most comedians his age. ★★★★' Weekend Notes


'Rowan Thambar kicked off the show with confidence and charm. The Newcastle native dominated the oddball audience showing command beyond his years. A Melbourne Fringe Festival Best Comedy nominee, he is one to watch.'Herald Sun


Please be advised, unfortunately this room is not wheelchair accessible.