Week 1…DONE!

We’re taking a short break after a jam-packed opening weekend, but don’t despair…The Cake will be back on Wednesday night for only FOUR MORE PERFORMANCES 🤣 With back-to-back SOLD OUT AUDIENCES last week, you do not want to miss out! Don’t risk it, and book your tickets now: https://chook.as/law-revue/2018

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Charitable Comedy

For 41 years the University of Melbourne Law School has produced an annual comedy sketch show, the Law Revue. The Law Revue, as quid pro quo, is keen to support the legal profession and has sought to give back in a meaningful way. Click here to read more.

And finally…Sweeney Preston

“Yes, it’s my real name” Sweeney is writer, singer, comedian, actor and downright hooligan from Melbourne. Sweeney has played the musical roles of Riff in West Side Story (ATC), Marius in Les Misérables (ATC), Kurt Kelly in Heathers: The Musical (UMMTA) and Crab #2 (#1 in his mum’s eyes) in his year 3 concert item…

Introducing…Shona Warren

Shona worries a lot about speaking in third person, but has been assured that it is what all serious auteurs do. Shona is currently very excited to graduate from Masters of International Relations at the end of the year. With this degree she will finally be the expert of relations that are international, as she has…

Next Up…Millie Holten

Millie is a VCA Screenwriting student by day, and an improv teacher/performer by night. Both are unsustainable. Please hire her. Her Dad is getting worried. Millie is a third-year screenwriting student at the Victorian College of The Arts. An established improv teacher and performer, she has performed at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2017 &…

Presenting…Lucy Rossen

Chip Richter always loathed his boring home in Brisbane. He hated being the only one in the house with a sense of humour, so when he was 12, he ran away. Chip knew comedy was his destiny, so when he saw the Melbourne Uni Law Revue’s stall at O-week there was no doubt in his…

Next up…Kaivu Suvarna

Kaivu is on track to become a hotshot lawyer, currently in his first-year studying acting at VCA; where, as there are no law students, there is less competition. Kaivu’s previous comedy credits are non-existent but he assures the rest of the cast, perhaps too often, that he does have the potential to be very funny.…

Introducing…Finn McGrath

Finn is a VCA Theatre student who is fresh out of high school. And yes, all of his ignorance and badly placed optimism does show in his work. If you can’t spot him, he’s the one that still lives with his parents. Finn is in his first year of Theatre at the Victorian College of…

And now…Dan Crowley

When I got into the show the directors told me I had a ‘colour’ that they really needed this year. They’re talking about my colourful acting, right? That’s definitely what they meant. Dan is a first-year Arts student, hoping to major in Philosophy and Classics, and, more ambitiously, hoping to find a job at the…

Introducing…Annabelle Ots

Annabelle accidentally made a funny joke once and is now suffering the consequences. Annabelle is a third-year Bachelor of Fine Arts (Screenwriting) student at the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA). She has experience writing comedy for stage and screen, as well as integrating elements of stand-up into pitch presentations. This will be Annabelle’s first…

Next up…Lizzie John

‘I thought this was the Law Review…’ Lizzie is in her first year of the JD at the Melbourne Law School and is, unfortunately, doing very little to combat the prevailing stereotype that law students are not funny. She has had an eclectic mix of acting experience, ranging from an anonymous nun in The Sound…