After sell-out shows at this year’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Stew’s Snorin’ is about to shake the Blue Mountains!
This hilarious show follows Stew on his quest to treat his sleep apnea and escape the bungalow blues.
Along the way he discovers a new cause for sleep apnea, encounters a new type of zombie, confuses doctors with his heart problems and discovers that it’s easier finding the right mask if you’re a superhero.
Stew Walker has sleep apnea and snores a LOT! His snoring is so loud that his wife has kicked him out to the bungalow and the neighbours have lodged noise complaints with the police. And sleep deprivation is causing havoc at work, where Stew nods off more often than a bored parliamentarian.
Date(s): Saturday, 2nd November, 2019
- 6.30pm for dinner
- 7.15 for Supper & Show-only Patrons
Event Starts: 7.30pm
- $65 couple light supper & show
- $55 single light supper & show
- $40 single show only
- 15% discount seniors card-holders
- Group discounts available
- *booking fees apply
- Online by clicking the ‘Book Tickets‘ button
- Phone Bookings: 02 4784 6300
Duration: approximately 50 minutes, without an interval.
Approximate end time: 8.30pm
Stew’s show is for snorers and the people who love them.
“They should see my show so they can discover the funny side of snoring and sleep apnoea, and learn that you can get through it and enjoy life again.”
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It’s not all bad news...
For one thing, he’s saving heaps on drinks. Thanks to sleep apnea, he wakes up feeling hungover every morning despite not having touched a drop for months.
And the noise from Stew’s snoring has scared the local possums away from his leafy Eastern suburbs block.
In the Beginning....
Stew Walker began his comedy career in 2012 when he was discovered by Adam Hills on his talk show Adam Hills in Gordon Street Tonight (see clip).
He was in the studio audience thinking he was just going to see the show being recorded. But on national TV Adam called his bluff about wanting to be a comedian when he revealed that Stew’s ‘bucket list’ wish to do a show at Melbourne International Comedy Festival was about to come true. Six weeks later Stew wowed a packed room at Melbourne Town Hall with a 30 minute show of original songs, including a live cross to Adam back in the studio.
Since then Stew has gone on to do hit solo shows A Hard Days Night of Beatles Parodies and Live, Love, Laugh as well as producing musical comedy variety shows 1 Night Stand: A Musical Comedy Showcase and All Star Musical Comedy Showcase.