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Date(s) - 30 Sep 2017
5:45 PM - 6:45 PM

The Factory Theatre


The road to my first show has been rather difficult. To avoid being labelled a whiner, I’ll explain why using the mediums of storytelling, music and song.

This show will include a preview of songs from my upcoming first album that I wrote in anger, but everyone else seems to think are hilarious.

Life is like a maze sometimes.

Here are some rave reviews of the material so far:

“Graham needs a constant stream of shit swirling around him to inspire his creativity” – Mel Forbes, Guitarist from Girls on the Avenue & my music theory teacher.

“I prefer Graham’s playing to the sound of a helicopter” – Michael, who I met in a park in Melbourne.

“I probably shouldn’t have let that happen” – Michael Brown, Saxophonist in The Protesters & my music composition teacher, after hearing one of my songs in class.

“Absolutely brilliant love your work big time!” – Frank Burgo, my guitar teacher.

“I just wish he’d clean up his room” – My mum

“I thought playing music was supposed to relieve my stress, not increase it” – My inner dialogue, after a challenging songwriting class.

Strong language warning. Any similarity to actual persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental. Random disclaimer.

This show is part of the Sydney Fringe Comedy Festival. Click here for more info.

Buy your tickets by clicking here.



I combine trauma awareness, emotional healing and comedy to heal painful events from your past, so you can live a future life you love; and have fun doing it.

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