Mates, I am super excited to properly announce ALL my upcoming dates for the 2017 tour of To The Moon & Back. I'll be playing at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, doing a cheeky return season in Melbourne at The Butterfly Club, heading to Scotland for the full month of Edinburgh Fringe at Gilded Balloon, and then making my London debut! I'm exhausted just thinking about it. YAY. Tell your friends, tell strangers, tell inanimate objects, I don't know your life - you do you. All tickets on sale now - click through the links below.
So, I've had a pretty busy start to the year touring my new show to Fringe World Perth and the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and there's no sign of slowing down any time soon...
I'm about to embark on a bunch of regional touring with the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Road Show which means I'll be eating HEAPS of "World's Best Vanilla Slices" from roadside bakeries. You can see me in Wollongong, Nowra, Canberra, Launceston, Devonport, Mooroolbark or Kyneton - full dates and times listed in the gigs section.
I'll also be dusting off my space suit and bringing To The Moon & Back to SYDNEY in June for two shows only at the Hayes Theatre.
Also ALSO, I'm taking my 2013 show This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things to the Edinburgh Fringe - the biggest arts festival in the WORLD. How exciting/terrifying/OHGOD. Of course I'll want to remember how that goes before I get there so I'll be doing a season of Edinburgh previews at The Butterfly Club in Melbourne in July as well. SO MANY THINGS.
Full dates, times and tickets sales listed under gigs. Hope to see you at a show somewhere soon!
Hey mates! I'm also bringing To The Moon & Back to the Melbourne International Comedy Festival in 2016. I'll be playing 12 shows ONLY at The Butterfly Club and tickets are on sale now at thebutterflyclub.com
Hey mates! My new show, To The Moon & Back will be touring to Fringe World Festival Perth this year! Playing at Noodle Palace in Northbridge and three shows only at Midlandia in (surprise, surprise) Midland! It's a show about space, the future, fear, and whether a robot might steal your job. Tour dates below, tickets at fringeworld.com.au