Melbourne Town Hall
Opening on a bedside table, Hannah Gadby's 'Happiness is a Bedside Table' seems relatively easy to understand. There's a rabbit-shaped lamp, three drawers, and a giant glass of water, and it all appears to be a happy example of things to come. In assuming that, you'd be dead wrong. Each aspect of the table comes with a horrible story from Gadsby's past, where Happiness seems lacking in the performance as she recounts tales of the worst periods of her life, separated only by self-deprecating humour that almost leaves you guilty for laughing.