at Storyville Melbourne
Sunday, 1 July 2018 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM + Add to calendar01/07/2018 16:0001/07/2018 18:00Australia/SydneyDice Paper Role Live!Dice Paper Role Live! Sunday, 1 July 2018 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM (AUS Eastern Standard Time) Organiser Greg Pickering firstname.lastname@example.org Address Storyville Melbourne 185 Lonsdale Street Melbourne Melbourne 3000 Australia Entry on Waratah Pl Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/71182/dice_paper_role_live.aspxStoryville Melbourne
185 Lonsdale Street
Melbourne Melbourne 3000
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Dungeons and Dragons – swords, sorcery and sweet effects made with our sound holes.
After a sell out show at the Comedy Festival, Melbourne’s freshest D&D Podcast will be live onstage once more recording a brand new episode!
Don’t worry if you don’t know anything about D&D, because neither do these muppets.
If you’ve ever wondered what D&D was all about then come along to Storyville, as A’lan, Brakai, Thandor, Snatch, and Oriki’s Song fumble their way through a one shot adventure with Trolls and LOLs aplenty.
...and puns...D&D*ckloads of them.
Emil Freund: Last seen sporting lycra in his critically acclaimed 2016 Melbourne International Comedy Festival show Uncompetent. Emil brings his hilarious and daring comedy style to the stage.
Jack Kirby Crosby: A well respected artist working on some of the best video games to come out of Australia. Will he cheapen his art form with a Mr. Squiggle rip-off segment? Probs not, but you can hear his best impression of a Scottish accent.
Ben Clements: You might have seen him gallivanting about on Melbourne stages as a soldier, gangster, or a pirate. Our tireless editor - watch as his sphincter tightens with each borderline offensive gag, knowing he can’t edit it all out.
Greg Pickering: Has practically been gaming and playing D&D since he was in nappies. (Which he may or may not still wear). A corporate sell-out and never before seen on a Melbourne stage, he’s excited to quote pop culture and regurgitate other people’s jokes for your pleasure.
Dan Last: Recently seen buck wild nekkid in the critically acclaimed production of Stigma. Dan brings his ripped physique to the table, where it is of zero use to him. Suck it Dan. (Nudity not guaranteed)