Jordan Barr (triple J, RAW Comedy state finalist) and Cat Finch (once ate a kebab out of her boobs while topless) are inexcusable, and now they’ve teamed up to create a solid hour of stand up comedy. You'll be treated to sharp witted and satirical observations paired with just the right amount of references to bodily functions. With a surprise guest act each show, you'll be exposed to some of the best up-and-coming comics in Melbourne, and maybe even some people from the telly! Woah!
Cat and Jordan have been working the comedy rooms around Melbourne for the last couple years and are excited to be bringing their first stand up show to the Melbourne Fringe. This show is inexcusably silly, inexcusably gross and fiercely feminist. There's no 'punch downs' or offensive gear. ‘Inexcusable’ is here to prove that stand up can be boundary pushing and weird - but still a safe environment for everyone.
This project is amplified by the Ron and Margaret Dobell Foundation as part of Melbourne Fringe’s ShowSupport.
Warning: Contains frequent coarse language, some infrequent/low pressure audience interaction, potentially triggering content or themes, including Sexual Harassment,Drug References,Misogyny,Sexual References,Abortion,Mental Health
‘Quirky, painfully relatable and utterly hilarious. Five Stars.’
GLAM Adelaide (2018 Adelaide Fringe Festival)
‘Barr performs a series of hilariously barb-tongued, clever sketches deconstructing the perception of women’s sexuality, and how relentlessly difficult it can be for a woman to take possession of her own sexuality, in the face of a man’s own prevailing sexual desire.’
Milkbar Mag (Jordan Barr, How To Be Sexy, 2018 Melbourne International Comedy Festival)
"This is such an entertaining, witty and occasionally poignant show.”
FUNNY TONNE (2017 Melbourne International Comedy Festival)