Laura Hart

This Show Has My Dog In It

Venue, Date & Time

Factory Theatre

Sat 4th May 2019 - 5:45 pm

Sun 5th May 2019 - 4:45 pm

Show Duration

50mins

Ticket Price Range

$15.00

Recommended For

Ages 15+
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Show stopping dance routines, improvised comedy, sketches, Britney Spears AND a cute dog. Really, what more do you want?

Juno Hart is a seasoned professional who enjoys roast chicken, Will & Grace and staring at you blankly. She has been featured on ABC's The Checkout, she has been profiled in The Western Advocate, and has been the Pets Palace Pet of the Week. Last year she made her stage debut at the Giant Dwarf Theatre in Sydney. 

Laura Hart has been performing for over ten years, focusing on improvisation, comedy & drag. Laura has written sketch comedy for shows such as Sketchy At Best (2016 & 2017 Giant Dwarf Theatre), and enjoyed a sold out Sydney season in her first cabaret show A World Without Sex. She performs regularly around Sydney, and has been in shows such as Comedyish & Comedians Talk Over Movies with Rhys Nicholson, and spoken at Queerstories.  She has trained at Impro Australia, Improv Theatre Sydney & UCB. She is a Raw Comedy State Finalist, and recently performed her drag king show Dinner with Dick and Fanny to rave reviews at the Sydney Comedy Fringe. Laura has travelled to New York to perform in shows Confetti Gun, and Queer Far Wherever You Are.  

Nice things about Laura:

“Laura Hart is the single funniest person that you haven’t heard of… yet” – Kyran Wheatley

"Hart stays in character to perfect effect, some great set set-piece gags, and improv-ing delightful comic chaos, this is another winner" - Chuck Moore Reviews 

A World Without Sex is an absolute romp. Partially political, mostly ridiculous and totally enjoyable, this is a must see” – Elizabeth Scales

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