$22.00 - 26.00
02 9550 3666
General Admission Seating
On sale now @ Factory Theatre & Ticketek


Katharyn Henson has regretfully advised that in relation to the global Covid-19 pandemic, this event has been cancelled.

All tickets purchased through Ticketek will receive a full refund. You do not need to contact Ticketek or the Factory Box Office to receive this refund. ​—————————————————————————————————————————————————————

This show was going to be titled “I Used to Eat Dog Food” but that would have meant leaving out all material about the drugs, the sex dungeon, the legendary yeast infection, and everything else in between.These true stories sound like lies because they are delivered to you by someone who looks like a pre-school teacher but sounds like she gives away quarters at a casino. This curated mess is tasteless and chronicles the life and times of Katharyn Henson, a New York City comedian with a penchant for hedonism but with the look of Jackie O with a drug problem. Katharyn is not a doctor, she is not a lawyer, but she is scandalous, smutty, & smart.

“This show is a blast! This is hair-raising stand-up of the kind that used to be the exclusive territory of the Bad Boy Comics. And this woman is kicking some serious comedy ass in their playground.” – Kate Copstick, The Scotsman

★★★★ “Plenty of laughs to be had” – The Skinny

“Brilliant comic observation after brilliant comic observation.” – Pop Dust

Katharyn performs nightly in New York City working at many of the major clubs including but not limited to New York Comedy Club, Gotham Comedy Club, The Stand, Broadway Comedy Club, Greenwich Village Comedy Club, The Comic Strip, & Caroline’s. She has hosted shows in the New York Comedy Festival for three years running.

Since January 2020, Katharyn has been touring in the UK and during her short time there, has become a regular at Top Secret Comedy Club and won The Blackout Comedy Competition at Up the Creek. Prior to running her hour in Sydney, Katharyn will be completing a run at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. In addition to festivals and club spots, Katharyn is also happy to perform comedy for two people in a McDonald’s at midnight if they will have her.

Katharyn’s other projects include co-hosting the podcasts “Somewhat Scientific” with Meghan Walsh. This year she hopes to finally pay off an antique ring she bought on credit.