Renowned stand-up and character comedian, Damian Callinan, examines the horrors of war through the lens of a larrikin. Developed to coincide with the WW1 Centenary, this black comedy has been wowing critics and audiences across Australia for the last three years.
Obsessed from a young age by the Anzac legend and intrigued by the mystery surrounding the identity of two diggers from a family photo, Damian [Backyard Ashes, Spicks & Specks, skithouse, 774ABC] sets out on a quest to put names to the faces. The Three-time Barry Award nominee, brings to life the pages of a diary as we meet Paddy Callinan and his ‘push’ as they set off for ‘The Big Show.’
‘Memorable, moving, brilliant." ★★★★★ – Katie Spain, The Advertiser (Adelaide 2015)