Sarah Breen interviewed by John Safran and Father Bob for Apocatypical on Triple J

I had a great time in the studio with Father Bob and John Safran. These men are both very funny and very interesting.

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Darren Lever, Rob Jan and myself after our interview for Zero G on Triple R. I just had to pull a face. Apocatypical.

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The Kambara Collective



Apocatypical is a black/absurd comedy, which explores the notion of what it means to be an actor in a world of nuclear devastation. On a quest to reach the last sanctuary of humanity, the characters often become sidetracked and fail to acknowledge the urgency of their mission. They seek spiritual enlightenment and existential meaning, but it all unravels and so does their sanity. The reality of their world comes into question and the ‘fourth wall’ comes crashing down.

At times subtly witty and others absurdly frantic, Apocatypical finds the joy in life no matter how irradiated it might be. Typically apocalyptic.

Written by Sarah Breen

Directed By Dustin Leibelt

Performed by Matt Bolger-Hobson, Darren Lever, Sarah Breen, Paul Brown and Tilly Legge.



Venue: Northcote Town Hall, Studio 1, 189 High Street Northcote

Dates: 10th – 22nd April (not Mondays)

Tickets: $25.00 (full) $15.00 (conc)

Times: 7:00pm

Bookings:, 9481 9500

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