An Evening of Music and Comedy with Creed Bratton from 'The Office'
'The Office' star is bringing his variety show to Sydney — and he'll be chatting about his experiences on the hit sitcom.
October 19, 2019
UPDATE: OCTOBER 11, 2021 — Creed Bratton's Australian tour has been postponed to September 2022, with The Office star now playing Sydney on Thursday, September 22. Current tickets will still be valid for all upcoming tour dates. The below article has been updated to reflect this change.
Dunder Mifflin's most eccentric employee is coming to Sydney, and he has plenty of stories to share. Best known for playing a highly fictionalised version of himself on the US version of hit sitcom The Office, Creed Bratton isn't someone that viewers will forget quickly — and if you enjoyed his antics as a quality assurance director at everyone's favourite Scranton paper company, then you just might want to check out his live stage show.
Beyond The Office, the real-life Bratton has quite a history. He started as a travelling musician, played lead guitar on the first four albums by American rock group The Grass Roots, and has released his own solo records, too. On-screen, he has also popped up in Grace and Frankie, western flick The Sisters Brothers, and Comedy Bang! Bang!.
Bringing his variety show to Sydney's The Factory on Thursday, September 22, Bratton is continuing what he's doing for years — solo stage shows, that is. As well as music and comedy, he'll chat through the ups and downs of his career, including the obvious: his time on The Office. If you've ever wanted to know why Creed loved spider solitaire so much, whether he actually did any work and if the character was ever really in a cult ("you have more fun as a follower, but you make more money as a leader," he once claimed), this might be your chance.