Sh*t Wrecked

Heave ho (and hoes!) ‘tward the queer party cruise of a lifetime on the almighty Spirit of Tasmania.

  • Dates 20 - 21 Oct
  • Time 7:30pm, 6:45pm (60 minutes)
  • Venue The Ukiyo
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Mel & Sam are mounted on an inflatable shark in the ocean, smizing seductively in to the camera. They are wearing a coral pink and yellow bikini (respectively) with matching necklaces and earrings. Mel has yellow sunglasses on her head and the two both have wet hair.

Image Credit: Cameron Grant (@parenthesy)

  • Presented by: So Soiree Fringe Garden

  • Created and Performed by: Mel & Sam

Best Original Songs WINNER, Green Room Awards 2023
Best Cabaret WINNER, Adelaide Fringe Weekly Awards 2022
Golden Gibbo NOMINEE, Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2022
Best Ensemble NOMINEE, Green Room Awards 2023
Best Cabaret NOMINEE, Melbourne Fringe Festival 2022
Best Writing NOMINEE, Green Room Awards 2022

All aboard you gaslighting girl bosses to the cruise that defines the spirit of the seas!

For all those who wish to feel the salt in their eyes, wind on their tits and semi-stale fish fingers in their gob, this is a ship that does not discriminate. The prosecco is warm, the mattresses are Cruskits and the arancini’s a god damn gobstopper, but hey, your wristband’s tight, your g-strings tighter, your car’s on a boat!! (incredible!!!) and you’re smellin’ like a coconut’s armpit all the way from Port Melbourne to Devonport.

Join Mel & Sam for this two-night-only spectacular of their middle child show set on the almighty Spirit of Tasmania that comes between their highly acclaimed smash-hit shows 'No Hat, No Play! The Cabaret' and 'High Pony'.

Featuring a smorgasbord of sketches and an all original soundtrack with songs including: ‘Me n’ My Wonky Tit’, ’Ships Are Hot’, ‘Depop Piss Pot’ and ‘Lifeboats Are For Women and Children (sha la la la)', this show is bound to be the longest ‘yeah buoyyyyyy’ in history.

Bon voyage, bitches. It’s time to play fucken’ mermaids.

“Needs to be seen to be believed” ***** - Time Out
“Screamingly funny” ***** - The Advertiser
“A chart-topping parody pop duo in the making” ***** - The Age
“The future of Australian comedy” **** - Herald Sun
“The makings of comedy greats Jane Turner and Gina Riley” ***** - Theatre Thoughts
“Powerhouse, kick-ass cabaret performers who own the stage (and probably any neighbouring ones too)” **** - Chortle
“Pure comedic prowess” ***** - Lilithia

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