‘The Anti Experts Guide To Everything*’: Live Show!

Have you noticed how the link between climate change and bushfires disappears when you talk about the cricket?

Did you know that Dustin Hoffman got vaccinated in order to properly portray the autistic side of Rain Man? Are you concerned that 99% of people who died in car crashes have eaten sultanas at some point in their life, and yet the Government is covering it up due to a cosy relationship with Big Sultana?

James Schloeffel (The Shovel) and Charles Firth (The Chaser) are teaming up to prove that when it comes to climate change, vaccinations, medical treatments or the shape of the earth, deeply held opinions are much more important than ‘expertise’ or ‘qualifications’.

With runs at the Adelaide Fringe and the Melbourne Comedy Festival, and single shows at the SydneyBrisbane and Canberra comedy festivals, The Anti Experts Guide To Everything takes on the scourge of the modern era: experts and their experty expertise.

*Free Homeopathy degree with every ticket.


Adelaide Fringe, 18-23 February: BOOK NOW

Canberra Comedy Festival, 18 March: BOOK NOW

Brisbane Comedy Festival, 19 March: BOOK NOW

Melbourne Comedy Festival, 26 March-5 April: BOOK NOW

Sydney Comedy Festival, 14 May: BOOK NOW

About the cast

Charles Firth (ABC-TV’s The Election Chaser, CNNNN, The Chaser Decides, The Chaser’s War on Everything, The Roast) is a co-founder of The Chaser and co-host on Triple M Sydney’s Radio Chaser. He covered the 2016 US Elections for The Chaser, and correctly predicted Trump would win because he’s a sadist. Charles is managing editor of The Chaser Quarterly and Chaser website. His previous live shows include: The Chaser’s Australia, The War on 2017, The War on History, The War on 2018. He lives in Sydney with his son and two wives.

James Schloeffel is the founder of the satirical website The Shovel, widely regarded as the most accurate political coverage in Australia. During the 2016 US Elections he founded “Aussies for Trump” – a satirical supporter group which Trump fans unfortunately took seriously. His previous live shows include the sold out War on 2017, War on 2018 and War on 2019 (he loves war). His hand featured in Michael Moore’s documentary Fahrenheit 11/9. James lives in Melbourne which he insists is much better than where you’re from.