Sydney Opera House presents GRAPHIC
Robot Chicken Live Tickets NSW
8:00pm, Fri 4th October, 2013
Sydney Opera House - Concert Hall, NSW
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Seth Green, Matt Senreich and the gang bring their multiple Emmy Award-winning favourite to life in all its whimsical, stop-motion glory!
Bill Clinton cow tips, The Hulk pisses on Wonder Woman's crockery and Godzilla has problems in the bedroom. Yes, this is the Emmy Award-winning Robot Chicken, perhaps the only show named after a Hollywood Chinese restaurant to appear at the Sydney Opera House.
Robot Chicken is stop-motion sketch comedy gold where nothing is sacred, and all of pop-culture is game for parody - featuring a stellar line up of guests including George Lucas, Mark Hamill, Joss Whedon, 50 Cent, Hulk Hogan, Gene Simmons and many more.
Their Sydney Opera House appearance features co-creators Seth Green (Austin Powers, Family Guy, Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Matt Senreich and a host of their closest collaborators.
All we're saying is... the robot chickens behind Robot Chicken will give you robot chickens a behind-the-scenes look into this six season cult classic to kick off GRAPHIC 2013!
A Reserve $69.00 + booking fee
B Reserve $55.00 + booking fee
C Reserve $39.00 + booking fee
DURATION: 70 minutes, no interval (approximate and subject to change without notice)
LIVE CONTENT WARNING: The Robot Chicken television show generally attracts a M15+ restricted rating in Australia. What will be performed at this event is still being confirmed.
**IMPORTANT INFORMATION PLEASE READ**
When purchasing tickets from Moshtix your exact seat allocation will not be confirmed at the time of purchase however your allocation will be in the Section and Row you have seleceted. You will be sent a PDF ticket which you will need to print and take to the Sydney Opera House Box Office on the day of the event to exchange it for your allocated tickets.
Please visit http://www.sydneyoperahouse.com for more information
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