The Birds and The BeatsIt’s about time we had the talk.

What separates us from the animals? How does evolution help (or hinder) our sex lives? Are these feelings normal??

After selling out shows in the UK, comedy musician Grant Busé brings his much lauded production, The Birds and The Beats, to the 2017 Melbourne Fringe Festival.

In this probing one hour show about Sex Education, school teacher Mr. Busé (The Late Night Sexy Show/The Shuffle Show) takes audiences on a joyous sexploration of all the things they wish they'd been told about in Sex Ed. From condoms to commitment, The Birds and The Beats delves deep into the minefield that is being a sexually active adult, complete with original songs such as Where Do I Come From, Discovery Channel and I’m Bringing Sexy Sack (The Condom Song).

A Melbourne-based comedy musician and pun enthusiast, Grant Busé was a state finalist for MICF's Raw Comedy competition and was most recently nominated for Best Comedy at Perth’s 2015 Fringe World Festival. He has also toured internationally, performing sell out shows at Edinburgh Fringe.

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Grant Busé presents, as a part of the 2017 Melbourne Fringe Festival
The Birds and The Beats
Written and performed by Grant Busé

Venue: Wonderland Spiegeltent - 699 La Trobe Street, Docklands
19 – 24 September, 2017
Tues – Sun 6:45pm
Tickets: $27 Adult, $24 Concession, $22 Tuesday, Grps 6+ and Melbourne Fringe Members, $20 Early Bird
Bookings: 03 9660 9666 | www.grantbuse.com | www.melbournefringe.com.au



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