It was with some trepidation that I took my seat, I was never very good at game shows and I hoped that the fact that I am “technologically challenged” would not be revealed.

How wrong I was to be worried about my lack of skill in either competition or technology. It didn’t matter at all as there were no wrong answers, cheating was rewarded, and lots of opportunities for off-line participation.

Nothing mattered yet everything mattered as the two rival teams vied for additional points any way they could – with Miss Behave arbitrarily giving or removing points from the leader board. I suggest that you take along some “props” – what these are doesn’t matter but your creativity will be rewarded – or maybe not?

The outrageous Miss Behave and her lovely assistant Tiffany led us all through a madcap evening of chaos, with the experience ably supported by a bevvy or two from the in-house bar. Although, I did feel the need for “a cup of tea, a Bex, and a good lie down” after the show.

Thank you, Miss Behave for the opportunity for taking that precious “selfie” at the end of the show – and I still have my pink plastic ball as a memento from the all-in ball fight. From ages 18 (as the venue is licensed and the show at times a bit “saucy”) to 80 (yes there is a reward for this too!) it was an all-round rollicking and raunchy evening of fun and games.

Rating: 5/5 Stars (plus!) - exceptional, unforgettable and a must see!


Location: Arts Centre Melbourne (100 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne, VIC, 3004, Australia)

Dates: 22 - 27 January

Times: Times vary from 7.30pm - 9.30pm

Duration: 80 minutes (no interval)

Cost: $39 - $45

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