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Suitable for ages 15+
12 months and under free on the knee
Concessions Entitled: Companion, Full-Time Student, HCC, Pension, Government-Issued Seniors
Full lockout applies, latecomers will not be permitted
*Contains: Adult Themes, Coarse Language, Sexual References
**Themes & references are all mild


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Presented by: Bright Side

Charlie Lewin never felt like a magpie. Which is probably a good thing, because they’re all full of shit.

From Catholic boy’s school all the way to Grindr, Cockatiel is a hilarious and heartfelt snapshot of the life of a queer kid from Melbourne trying to find his flock.

Bending genre and gender, stand-up and song, Best Newcomer winner (MICF 2021) Charlie Lewin is excited to spread his wings in this whip-smart and relatable coming-of-age tale of a drama kid turned drama queen.

Thu 16 - Sun 19 May 2024
Park Mezzanine, Brisbane Powerhouse, QLD

Times are approx. and subject to change at any time.

Box Office: Mon-Fri 9-5, 60 minutes prior to performance times
Doors Open: 15 minutes prior to Act One
Running Time: 60 minutes