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Bea Barbeau-Scurla

Writer. Producer. Performer

talented comedian...a good bet...

Sydney Morning Herald

local stand up sensation

Time Out Sydney

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A little bit of writing

Jan 2023 | ONLINE

I've started writing film reviews in my own way. My brain is often thinking of a million things when I'm watching TV so I thought I'd show you all my writing. Check them out on my blog or follow me on Letterboxd!

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Adelaide Fringe Grant Recipient

Feb 2023 | ADELAIDE

Excited to finally announce that I’m an Artist Fund Recipient for 2023 for Adelaide Fringe! Thank you so much to Adelaide Fringe and the Donors Circle for supporting my venue costs and marketing costs for my first ever Solo Show!!! I’m excited to go to Adelaide, I’ve never been!

On The Town

"With a penchant for making any topic charming-as-fuck, Bea makes being sad and irreverent look easy, and most of all, enjoyable."

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Writer

Screenwriting, comedy and copywriting.

Producer

Event producer, film producer and development producer.

Performer

Presenter, comedian, host and teacher.

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Debut Solo Show

"HOUSE" Will debut at Adelaide Fringe Festival before heading off to the Melbourne International Comedy Festival

Bea Barbeau-Scurla’s childhood home had some rocky foundations. Now, so does she. Although created almost ten years apart, she feels connected to her childhood home through her parents’ shoddy craftsmanship. As her parents prepare to sell the home and amid recovering from a depression “whoopsie”, Bea moved back in and help pack up. Considering some extensive hoarding, thirty-five years of memories and walls that you would want to shut up if they could speak; packing the house up was no easy task. Bea takes you through the journey of having to unbox - and confront - your own bizarre childhood. Unpack it all with Bea in a hilarious comedy show about an upbringing bringing you down.

Poster by Ryan Sim

Upcoming Shows

  • 17 Feb, 8:45 pm – 9:45 pm ACDT
    Adelaide, 10 Vaughan Pl, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia
    Bea’s childhood home had some rocky foundations. Now, so does she. Although created almost ten years apart, she feels connected to her childhood home through her parents’ shoddy craftsmanship.
  • Multiple Dates
    Find Tickets
    28 Mar, 5:15 pm – 6:15 pm AEDT
    Storyville Melbourne, 185 Lonsdale St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

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