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Have you been patronised in a truly 'special' way lately? Do you see the lighter side of having a disability? Or love just having a laugh? Yes? Then get yourself along to this year's Sydney Comedy Festival where we're returning with our Just a Bit...Funny night! Sunday May 3rd!


“There are all these disability clichés about facing challenges, being inspirational and overcoming adversity. Then there is life. The reality of my life is that every conversation I choose to engage in is carefully thought through, and an effort. Every time I go out in public, I have to brace myself to be talked to like I’m not really as intelligent as I am. These examples are only really a snippet of what living in my body is like. I am not inspirational. I’m just trying to live my life the best way I know how, that is, with a good sense of humour, well, a great sense of humour, if you ask me.”
Georgia Cranko

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Our Just a Bit…Funny project has made it into the Sydney Comedy Festival again! High fives!  The night of all things funny will be Sunday May 3rd, 2015 from 5:30-7pm at The Factory Floor in Marrickville.

We will be adding new content to our online sketch comedy show on the evening where you’ll get to view skits made by and about people with disabilities who attend our film making and performance programs.

The evening will feature some of Sydney’s leading comics with and without disabilities and all this for a good cause… Us!  Yes, the night also acts as a fundraiser to keep Beyond the Square going!

Our MC is the wonderful Tommy Dean with the line up being so far including Dane Hiser, Darien Brown, Phillip Debs. Stay tuned as we add more comedians!

The night is fully Auslan interpreted and video segments will be captioned.

Check out the promo video above from our night last year to give you a taste of what you will see this year.

All tickets can be purchased from

Get in quick as last year did sell out!

Call Sophie Clausen on 02 8839 3398 or email at [email protected] for more information on the project.

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