We all know that grief has five stages; denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and finally acceptance. A list of stages that has left comedian and mother Emma Zammit scratching her head as to where ‘lasagna drop-offs’ fits in.
Join Emma for her latest hour of stand-up, where she reflects on how grief impacts our lives; be it inevitable weight gain, a short fuse in the workplace, absolutely zero filter, or a lifetime of tin foiled lasagnes in the freezer.
Her natural ability to bring light into even the darkest topics will have you in stitches, leaving the show with the feeling of a big warm, funny hug.
This show deals with death and grief
There is a full lockout for this performance and latecomers will not be permitted.
Infants under the age of 2 not permitted.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Emma Zammit began her standup comedy career in early 2008 after her sister decided it was time to move her one liners out of the lounge room and enrolled her in a standup comedy writing course for the sake of family harmony.
After graduation, she was inspired to work the hard yards and tighten her comedy antics in Sydney and Perth, and she has never looked back.
Emma’s relaxed and relatable style has been a hit with audiences in comedy clubs and at corporate functions. Her musings on parenthood, people and everyday life make her a highly entertaining performer. Recently, she’s been the support act for Jimeoin at his Brisbane shows, and has been featured on Channel 10’s Drunk History and Waltzing Jimeoin.
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PERFORMANCE DATES & TIMES
Suitable for ages 18+
Contains adult themes
Contains coarse language
Contains sexual references
Contains drug references