San Francisco, California, USA
London, United Kingdom
It's time again to take a traipse around the rosary!
Joining hosts A.H. Cayley and Matt Roden for a night of absolution will be:
If you've been living with a secret shame in your life, this is the event for you. Confession Booth invites writers, musicians, actors, comedians and creatives to the stage and asks them to confess their deepest, darkest, most embarrassing, disgusting, hilarious or surprisingly moving moments that they'd previously kept hidden from the world.
And, of course, we invite you to share in the catharsis. Bring your own story for our wildly popular audience confession segment and you could win yourself an awesome prize (as though freedom from eternal punishment weren't enough).
Doors at for an start.
OSHER (ANDREW) GÜNSBERG is one of Australia’s most recognised and dynamic media personalities. He first appeared on our TV screens as a host on Channel [V], then for six seasons was the co-host of Australia’s number one non-news program, 'Australian Idol', and hosted the seventh season on his own before the show wrapped in 2009. In 2010 he hosted ABC's unique art series 'Photo Finish'. In 2011 he became the first Australian to host a live prime-time network show in the US, working with Paula Abdul on the CBS show 'Live To Dance'. He celebrated his 16th year in Australian radio in 2012, with his weekly syndicated show 'The Hot Hits Live from LA'. In 2013, Osher launched into independent broadcasting, exploring deep issues with his high-profile guests on The 'Osher Günsberg Podcast'; relationships on 'Let Me Tell You Something'; and movies with 'Malone’s Movie Minutes'. In 2014 he returns to Australian screens as the host for the much-anticipated second season of 'The Bachelor Australia' on TEN.
GENEVIEVE FRICKER is a writer and comedian. She has performed and worked on ABC2's The Roast, A Rational Fear, Spicks and Specks, and tours as a stand up regularly across Australia.
ANDREW LEVINS (known to all as Levins) is a DJ, chef, writer and Dad. He is one of the three DJs behind Sydney's long running rap party Halfway Crooks. He was the head chef and co-owner of The Dip at Goodgod Small Club in Sydney, which won the 2012 SMAC Award for Best Sydney Eats. In 2007 he co-founded Heaps Decent, an Australian based arts organisation making music with young people & emerging artists from marginalised & disadvantaged communities. In 2009 Levins was named one of Sydney's 100 most influential people by the Sydney Morning Herald and, more recently, was included in Time Out’s 2012 ’30 Under 30’ list. 2012 also saw the release of Levins' first cookbook, 'Diner'.
NICK SUN is a Sydney comedian and writer. He burst onto the scene in 2004 after winning both triple j 'RAW Comedy' and UK's highly esteemed New Act competition, 'So You Think You're Funny' in 2004, a combo that has not been repeated by anyone else since. In 2006 he followed this up with the Melbourne International Comedy Festival's Director's Choice award for his show, 'Blood On The Yolks In The Key Of Owls'. He has opened for the likes of Marc Maron, Chris Rock and Doug Stanhope, personally selected by all three. He has worked on Good News Week, NBC's Last Comic Standing, and is host and assistant writer for ABC2's Backseat Drivers.