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Mr Snot Bottom's Stinky Silly Show for Kids

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by Deborah Jayne (subscribe)
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September School Holiday Kid's Comedy

Kid's comedy doesn't come any more 'deeeesgusting' than Mr Sot Bottom's Stinky Silly Show for Kids. He includes everything kids love – and mum hates, including boogers, pop-offs and smells. His repulsive stories and gags will have everyone writhing one way or another, whether it's hysterical laughter or a cringe-filled blanch.

Mr Snot Bottom's show includes some audio-visual effects that will have you asking, was that real? Along with a bizarre cast of supporting characters guaranteed to have kids rolling around in stitches.

Mr Snot Bottom has played to sold out shows at the Melbourne Comedy Festival, Sydney Comedy Festival and the Edinburgh Fringe, and received some pretty rave reviews.

Performing during the September school holidays, this show is perfect for little people aged 4 to 10 and their families who enjoy wild and wacky – very unsavoury – comedy.

Mr Snot Bottom's Stinky Silly Show for Kids can be seen at 1pm on Tuesday 20th September and Saturday 24th September at the Gasworks Arts Park, corner Graham & Pickles Streets, Albert Park. General tickets are $18, with a family of four $58. Tickets can be purchased via Mr Snot Bottom's website and you'll find all the details, including DVD's, photos and forthcoming show information by following the link here.
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Why? Kid's Comedy
When: 1pm
Where: Gasworks Arts Park
Cost: $18/$58
Your Comment
Just the name of the show is enough to have the kids in stitches of laughter. It's a kid kind of humour; I'm am sure they will thoroughly enjoy it even if their parents don't.
by Gayle Beveridge (score: 3|8185) 1770 days ago
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