Festival Program

Highlight Event

Hen’s Night with The Kates

Sat 31 Aug, 6.30pm
Melba Spiegeltent

Celebrate that first flush of feeling with themed talks and performances at MWF19’s Wedding Chapel.

Get loose with comedy goddesses Kate McCartney and Kate McLennan as they host their own hen's night. Featuring a line-up of performers, comedians, music, c*ck-sucking cowboys (the drink, we think) and one lucky hen, this party will be a night to remember – and then instantly forget the next morning.

May contain strong language.

Update to previously advertised information: this event now takes place at Melba Spiegeltent.

Duration

1 hour

Session code

5621

Accessibility

Tickets

Session Artists

Kate McCartney is a writer, director, producer, performer and lapsed animator. Alongside creative partner Kate McLennan, McCartney created and starred in the web series The Katering Show (YouTube, ABC iView), and the AWGIE-winning series Get Krack!n (ABC). The pair are currently in development on their next series.

McLennan is a writer, comedian, actress and producer. Collaborating with her writing partner, Kate McCartney, she co-created and performed in the web series The Katering Show. Recently, the pair satirised the chirpy world of morning TV with their series Get Krack!n, which aired on ABC TV.

More sessions like this one

Highlight Event

Yumi Stynes’ Wedding Reception

Sat 7 Sep, 6pm
Wishlist

Join us for tributes and toasts as we celebrate the mock ‘wedding reception’ of the very excellent human Yumi Stynes.

Standard

Marry Your Friends

Sat 31 Aug, 11.30am
Wishlist

Best friends are with you through sickness and health. Make it official with your BFF in a commitment ceremony by Emilie Zoey Baker.

Standard

For the Love of Comedy

Sat 7 Sep, 2.30pm
Wishlist

A career in comedy can sometimes appear brutal and lonely to outsiders, but three comedians reflect on why they love the genre.

Standard

Love in the Age of Reality TV

Fri 6 Sep, 4pm
Wishlist

What makes people jump on the bandwagon of reality romance TV and want to marry a stranger? Clementine FordMeriki Onus and Michael Rowland discuss.