Delve into danger


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So I think it’s fair to say that most women almost definitely do masturbate. We just wait to discuss it until we’re in an oddly anonymous but public situation like this one.

A funny and frank insight into heterosexual female desire, read out loud by a man. The show begins with a male comedian being given a script they have never seen before. They read the script out loud, sight unseen, in front of an audience. In its Australian premiere, this is a show about what one woman thinks about when she thinks about sex with men.

Performance times / Saturday (3 Nov):
1:30PM – 2:30PM
4:30PM – 5:30PM

Please note: this event will also be performed on Sunday (4 Nov)





Dangerous Thinkers
“Someone guessed that David Hare wrote [this play], and somebody else said Daniel Kitson. It’s very funny how quick we are to assume that men wrote everything.”
The Royal Court Theatre Production

The writer for MANWATCHING is an Anonymous Woman. The Anonymous Woman’s work includes a lot of stuff that can’t be disclosed as she chooses to remain anonymous.


“Someone guessed that David Hare wrote [this play], and somebody else said Daniel Kitson. It’s very funny how quick we are to assume that men wrote everything.”
“I am a full-grown boy who has never quite let the pressures and expectations on "manliness" dictate how I live. But one day I really should get a nice suit.”
Tommy Dean

Arizona-raised, now resident in Sydney for 16 years, American stand-up star Tommy Dean occupies the top echelons of Australia’s headline comedy artists. His CV of media appearances includes Spicks and Specks, Good News Week, Stand Up Australia, Rove Live, Joker Poker, Sunrise, The Today Show and The Sideshow. He is consistently booked as the go-to crowd warm-up for TV shows  including Q&A, Gruen Planet, Gruen Transfer and Tractor Monkeys.


“I am a full-grown boy who has never quite let the pressures and expectations on "manliness" dictate how I live. But one day I really should get a nice suit.”
“I'm a 24 years old boy and have no idea what it means to be a man. I'm hoping this will help.”
Rowan Thambar

Rowan Thambar has performed his unique and big-hearted style of musical and stand-up comedy at comedy clubs and festivals across Australia. In 2017, his show was nominated for “Best Comedy” at the Melbourne Fringe and since then he has been proving himself to be one of Australia’s most captivating comedic voices. This year has been a huge year for Thambar, after being handpicked for the Comedy Zone showcase at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. He was also a featured performer on triple J’s Good Az Friday and is an accomplished musician and presenter.


“I'm a 24 years old boy and have no idea what it means to be a man. I'm hoping this will help.”