Guess who’s back in town and ready to camp up Sydney. She’s the lady of a thousand laughs from Full Frontal, with a massive gay following all over the world.
Julia Morris was born with comedy in the blood and her flamboyant persona and funny takes on life set her aside from others vying for our laughter.
Back home in Australia for the filming of The Singing Office, Morris will perform a one-night-only comedy gig at the Factory Theatre on Thursday 25 October. The show will be a mixture of past hits and new gags.
“It’s funny being back home and watching my family live like Australians,” she said.
The Singing Office is a show which is very similar to a talent quest – I go into office blocks and make them audition at their work station and pick the five best singers.
“They then go into a two-day boot camp and they sing against another corporate company and the winners go into the finals, which air in December on Foxtel.”
Morris is no stranger to the gay world, having performed as part of several Mardi Gras festivals over the years. She is also a regular at Camp Comedy in London and even had a male bridesmaid at her wedding.
“I don’t think I know anyone who is straight any more. I have a rather large pink foot in the gay world,” she said.
“Comedy Camp is a huge gay comedy club – it’s wall-to-wall with leather queens, it’s hysterical.
“We all have a giggle and it’s something about my humour and being an Australian in the UK that appeals to the gay world.”
Bookings for Morris’s show are on 9550 3666 or www.factorytheatre.com.au. Adult tickets are $29.50 plus booking fee.

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