Due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19, this event has unfortunately been cancelled.

All ticket holders will be refunded in full back onto their original method of payment.


Directed By Gillian Cosgriff & Accompanied by Tim Lancaster

Winner Directors Choice Award 2021 Sydney Comedy Festival

Nominee Most Outstanding Show 2021 Melbourne International Comedy Festival

Recipient Moosehead Award 2020 Melbourne International Comedy Festival

Winner Director’s Choice Award 2018 Melbourne International Comedy Festival (Double Denim)

Winner Best Newcomer Award 2018 Sydney Comedy Festival (Double Denim)

Nominee Golden Gibbo 2018 & 2017 Melbourne International Comedy Festival (Double Denim)

Award-winning comedian, singer, actor, Michelle Brasier, returns to Sydney with critically acclaimed show AVERAGE BEAR.

After winning Directors Choice Award at The Sydney Comedy Festival this year, and receiving nomination for Most Outstanding Show at prestigious Melbourne International Comedy Festival, along with a sold out season across Australia, this very special limited season of intimate encore performances are not to be missed!

Average Bear sheds light on Michelle’s personal experience living in the shadows of an hereditary illness, whilst simultaneously weaving in the fictional story of Average, a bear with a problematic fear of hibernation. Heartbreaking and hilarious, Average Bear yo-yos between grief and joy whilst reminding audiences that life is too short to be serious and too short to waste, often at the same time.

As seen on in Aunty Donna's Big Old House Of Fun (Netflix), Why Are You Like This (ABC, Netflix), Australian Lockdown Comedy Festival (Stan) and ABC’s Mad As Hell, Utopia, Whovians and Get Krackin’.

"Audience wowed by ‘miracle ‘ of a show… In a word: wow…. nothing can prepare you for the pure magic of Average Bear. "


“Michelle Brasier doesn’t mean to be rude, she’s sure that all of our funerals will be a hoot – but her dad’s was the funniest.

A standing ovation is as inevitable as death, with everyone present seemingly wiping an eye and glad to be alive. Hard to ask for much more than that.”

★★★★★ - CHORTLE