This show is great, jolly, sci-fi, time-travelling, cyborg-fleeing Xmas fun.  Totally sold out last year. Written by Nick Caddaye, the gags are 67% better than bon bon jokes and the songs are 100% firecrackers (written by Casey Bennetto, the composer of Keating the Musical).

TERMINATIVITY features some of Australia’s finest comedians and musical performers… plus Lawrence as one of the three Wise Men.

Silent night. Too silent.

If you’ve always found the traditional Nativity disappointingly low on killer metal robots from the future, we’ve got just the Christmas celebration for you! Returning in an expanded form after last year’s triumphant premiere,The Terminativity takes the Greatest Story Ever Told and adds time travel, a Terminator T-800, a police manhunt, lasers, pitched battles, a handful of catchy tunes and much, much more….

With a cast that includes Mike McLeish (who played Keating in KEATING!), Aurora Kurth (Take The L Out Of Lover),  Gatesy & Scod (from Tripod), Rebecca BarnardAndrew McClellandLawrence Leung, Ben McKenzie,Tegan HigginbothamRichard McKenzie and more.

Script by Nick Caddaye (Anarchist Guild Social Committee) and songs by Casey Bennetto (KEATING!), The Terminativity is a barnstorming Christmas parable for the ages.




Mon  Dec 19 – PREVIEW

Tues Dec 20 – SOLD OUT

Wed Dec 21 – SOLD OUT.

Thurs Dec 22 – SOLD OUT

Bella Union, Trades Hall, Melbourne


“A night of gleefully geeky panto fare. An impressive slew of top comics and musos pitched in … the results ranged from seriously funny to the bonbon groaner … a new(ish) Christmas tradition worth upholding”
John Bailey, The Age

Australian Skeptics National Convention Dinner

The Australian Skeptics are hosting Lawrence Leung as the keynote speaker at the Dinner event of the 2011 Australian Skeptics National Convention.

photo: Ben King

Open to the general public, the dinner on a ferry includes 2 course dinner, drinks and a presentation from comedian and paranormal investigator, Lawrence Leung. He will be discussing the making of his recent TV show Unbelievable in his usual humourous way.

Where: The South Steyne Ferry, Darling Harbour (next to the Pyrmont Bridge)
When: 7.30pm on Saturday, November 19

Book your seat or table for the event: HERE

( * The web link is now fixed. Cheers for letting us know. )


The critically-acclaimed live stand up show LAWRENCE LEUNG WANTS A JETPACK lands in London in August and then back to Australia in Sept-Nov 2011 for a nation-wide tour.

This is his one-man Comedy Festival show that was a hit in Melbourne & Sydney comedy festivals earlier this year. Due to popular demand and a desire to tell stories and gags for some new friends, he’s taking it to a city near you. Book now.

LONDON – August 2-13, 2011  Soho Theatre   Tickets Here

PERTH – Friday Sept 23,  Astor Theatre  Tickets Here

Note: Astor Theatre’s Downstairs Seating 18+ unless accompanied by a parent or guardian. Balcony seating are All Ages (minimum age 15).

ADELAIDE – Saturday October 8, Lion Arts Centre  Tickets Here

Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult (licensed venue)

SYDNEY – 7pm October 14th Fusebox at The Factory Theatre. SOLD OUT  Tickets Here

BRISBANE 1st SHOW- 8 pm Sunday October 16th, Brisbane Arts Theatre  SOLD OUT

BRISBANE 2nd SHOW!! Just announced: 6pm October 16th, Brisbane Arts Theatre. SELLING FAST:  Tickets Here

HOBART – will be announced shortly.

MELBOURNE – Lawrence’s show premiered at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival (playing most of April). Due to popular demand, it was reprised for two of intimate gigs in July. Regretfully, it seems unlikely to be any more Jetpack shows in Melbourne this year.

“Terrific” (Four Stars) The Age

“Hilarious” (Four Stars) The Herald-Sun

“Lawrence Leung Wants a Jetpack soars with comedy and hits the lofty heights it aims for.”  Crikey.com.au

PLEASE NOTE: The London season may have slightly different material due to cultural differences.

Lawrence Leung Wants a Jetpack


is Lawrence’s LIVE stand-up comedy show (60min) touring in 2011.

Lawrence Leung has a dream… A dream that one day, all humankind can stand side-by-side (but not too close to each other’s jet turbines) and take off into the skies. Programs like Beyond 2000 told us that by now we’d all be flying in jetpacks, but much like their opening titles where a robot nanny pushes a child on a swing, it’s all disappointment and rusty pipe-dreams.

In his latest comedic venture, Lawrence explores the dizzying heights of (more…)