Sat 12 Nov 2016

Following a run of sold-out debut shows at Melbourne International Comedy Festival earlier this year, Frontier Comedy are delighted to confirm that Rosie Waterland will be bringing her one-woman show 'My Life On The Couch (With Vodka)' to The Yarraville Club, Sat November 12.

Rosie is an author, columnist, host, comedian and screenwriter. Describing the show as “…a true mixed bag. From foster care to disaster Tinder dates. It’s about me pulling my life together before turning thirty”, she has been heralded as Australia’s answer to Lena Dunham,

Rosie’s debut book The Anti-Cool Girl was a critically-acclaimed bestseller; shortlisted for an Indie Book Award and two Australian Book Industry Awards, and selling over 45,000 copies within its first five months in stores.

‘The best TV writing since Clive James’
- The Age
‘Hilarious, wise, gutsy, clear-eyed, devastating and uplifting. It’s a marvel.’ - Richard Glover

Touching on topics like feminism, pop culture, body image and television among many more, Rosie’s irreverent humour has already gathered her a devout online following and now she’s set to win over a new legion of fans on the live stage too.

Saturday 12 November
The Yarraville Club
*Please note 7:30pm SOLD OUT - 9:30pm tickets still available*
135 Stephen St, Yarraville


Dinner & Show $85+bf
Reserved Seating $45+bf
General Admission $35+bf

Presented by PBS106.7 FM – supporting Young & Hardy comedy at Yarraville Live!