The Wheeler Centre at The Toff

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at The Toff in Town

Erotic Fan Fiction

We’re slipping into something a little more comfortable with this next edition of Erotic Fan Fiction as we take it off ... site. To the Toff. We’re combining our favourite night of sexy stories with red velvet curtains, a more intimate setting and signature cocktails to keep everyone well lubricated.


Portrait of Nath Valvo

Nath Valvo

Nath Valvo’s hilariously physical, high-energy comedy is impressing critics and winning crowds across the globe. Not many comedians can boast that their fan base includes TV royalty, but Nath has the tweet from Graham Norton to prove it.

Portrait of Demi Lardner

Demi Lardner

Demi has been doing stand-up since she was 16, and in a few short years has scored handfuls of awards – performing her unique brand of funny around the country and abroad.

In 2013, she won the RAW Comedy Competition and tied for first place in the national final of So You Think You're Funny? in Edinburgh. In 2016, she was nominated for Best Newcomer at the Melbourne Comedy Festival, and then went on to win Best Newcomer in the same year at the Sydney Comedy Festival. She returned to Melbourne this year to win the Director's Choice Award.

Demi hosts and produces the podcast We Are Not Doctors with fellow comedian Bart Freebairn, playing listener voicemails and dishing out sometimes great, often terrible advice.

Portrait of Jess McGuire

Jess McGuire

Jess McGuire is a writer, DJ, broadcaster, and MC based in Melbourne. She appears regularly on ABC Local Radio and Double J as a reviewer and cultural commentator, and for many years she was the editor of pop culture website Defamer Australia. She is a former presenter of Triple R’s flagship Breakfasters show.

Portrait of Greg Larsen

Greg Larsen

Greg Larsen is an overweight man in his early thirties who requires glasses. He is a somewhat popular comedian and has appeared on Dirty Laundry Live on ABC2 as well as the Fancy Boy sketches on ABC iView.

The Wheeler Centre at The Toff

This July, we’re throwing sass at winter, stepping out and hitting the town.

While our own performance space undergoes a casual makeover, The Toff in Town will become the Wheeler Centre’s home away from home, as we slip down Swanston Street to take up residence with a mini-programme of events – held alongside drink specials and signature cocktails – in the heart of Curtin House.

Come and find us at the bar; you’ll find favourites from our regular series, a couple of special events and atmosphere in spades.


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