NOTE: Auslan Interpreted/Relaxed/Sensory Friendly Performance: Sunday 14 April, 2pm.

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Comedic tales of disability, young grief and the lockdown-fuelled poetic obsession that partially swept Australia.

**Actual runtime: 60 minutes**

Behold the blind bard beneath the beret!

In lockdown, comedian Jeremy Moses wrote and performed 100 slam poems in 100 days, receiving moderate acclaim on social media for his searing political commentary and silly wordplay. Going on to cover one federal and two state elections, he single-handedly saw off countless Australian political heavyweights – or so he thinks.

…but beneath/behind his trademark pink beret/sunglasses lies (lays?) a visually-impaired Australian/Indian/Singaporean/Iraqi Jew with a story to tell.

“Arguably one of the funniest visually-impaired Australian/Indian/Singaporean/Iraqi Jews performing at this year’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival” - Jeremy’s family.

Join Jeremy as he presents the funny side of living with a disability, the not-so-funny side of losing a parent and the poetic nonsense that captured his daily life for two long years!

Event Access

April 14: Doors at 1:45pm, show at 2pm sharp.
This Auslan interpreted, relaxed, sensory-friendly matinee will have reduced lighting and volume, houselights on to come and go as needed, and a chill-out zone nearby.

Venue Access

Classic Southside is wheelchair accessible.

The Classic Cinemas foyer can be accessed via a ramp to the left of the main entrance on Gordon Street. If the ramp door is closed, please ring the bell and venue staff will be able to assist.

The performance space, Classic Southside, is on the first floor, and can be accessed either via a staircase two doors to the left of the main foyer entrance, or via a lift from the foyer to level 1.

After exiting the lift on level 1, follow the corridor ahead, turn right at the windows, and enter Classic Southside through the marked doorway ahead.

The lift is at the back centre of the foyer, straight ahead if entering from Gordon Street.

There are two accessible bathrooms at Classic Cinemas. The first is located on the ground level, towards the back of the foyer, after the entrance to Cinema 4. The second is located on level 2, which is on the left after exiting the lift.

Classic Cinemas is located directly across from Elsternwick Train Station which is serviced by the Sandringham line. The 67 tram between MELBOURNE UNIVERSITY and CARNEGIE stops on nearby Glen Huntly Road, stop number 44.

Unassisted wheelchair access is permanently available from the main entrance to the venue

Event type

by Deaf and/or disabled artists

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