Grant Lockwood fell for a girl. He fell hard. He fell so hard he moved out of Melbourne and out to the sticks to be with her.
Moving to a town with less people than on his Melbourne tram taught as much about stereotypes as it did about lawn mower maintenance. Going white-collar-country can also teach you about the importance of the steering wheel wave, sledging in bush-league netball and the finer points of preventing crime with a pool cue.
Join Grant for his observations on becoming part of a rural community despite knowing nothing about shearing, wood chopping or tractor repair.
Artist and producer
Grant Lockwood runs the Cambrian Comedy Lab in Bendigo, a comedy performance space for emerging artists. Having also participated in comedy rooms in Melbourne, Geelong and Wellington he’s now keen as a bean to make his feature debut at the Darwin Fringe. His hobbies include skydiving, astrophysics, and lying in biographies.