Jimmy James Eaton

Jimmy James consistently does amazing stuff with his mouth-hole that makes me laugh out my mouth-hole. A very huggable, very funny fellow.”

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Upcoming Shows

  • \ Friday 29 March, 2013
    t 8:30PM
    G The Buttefly Club, Carson Pl, Melbourne



    The Big HOO-HAA! returns with the most daring, risky and dangerous improvisation Melbourne has ever seen.

    Each night two teams will risk it all by playing the most extreme impro games ever created. Whether it's Bucket of Death, Gluten for Punishment or Slap to Talk, Australia’s best and brightest improvisers will battle to create slick, clever and hilarious scenes before your very eyes. No joke will go undelivered and no pun unpunished in this epic dash for improvised comedy glory. 

    "Improvised comedy at its absolute funniest." Time Out

    "They do it all so bloody well." Onya Magazine

    "Definitely recommended." Beat Magazine

    "Impossible not to have a good time." Herald Sun

  • \ Wednesday 26 March, 2014
    t 8:00PM
    G The Imperial Hotel, Corner of Bourke and Spring Sts Melbourne

    As seen on Channel 7’s SlideShow and ABC’s It’s a Date, the boys who brought you Sketch-aul Healing are back with another mind-blowing hour of LOL-pocalyptic sketch comedy.

    This is a wild show. ✮✮✮✮½” Herald Sun

    “Fast paced slick and packed full of laughs. ✮✮✮✮” Theatre People

    “This is an excellent show...they bring you all the laughs your puny human frame can contain.”Crikey

    “It’s just that good, trust me I’ve seen it twice.” YAWP

  • \ Saturday 29 March, 2014
    t 3:30PM
    G Melbourne Town Hall, Swanston St Melbourne



    Romeo & Juliet in the style of Beauty & the GeekWaiting for Godot by the Kardashians? Improvilicious is the interactive comedy for tweens and teenagers that makes theatre ridiculously awesome.

    Combining famous scenes with the best improv games, Improvilicious uses audience suggestions to make sure that no two shows are the same.

    In the style of TV’s Thank God You’re Here and Whose Line is it Anyway, Improvilicious stars Melbourne’s Jimmy James Eaton (from TV’s SlideShow) and Ben Russell (Second City Chicago) with guest appearances from co-creator Damon Lockwood (The Big HOO-HAA! Perth). The boys pay no respect to Shakespeare, David Williamson and a bunch of other favourites of your high school drama teacher.

    Awesome fun for ages 10 to 110

    “Deliciously good fun.” The West Australian

    “Fantastic entertainment for the kids, an impressive display of quick thinking, and a reminder that being utterly silly is good for you!” The Subiaco Post

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