RJ “Walt Jr./Flynn White” Mitte is coming to speak in Melbourne and I’m going to do my best to facilitate his Q&A without blushing too much.
RJ is not only an actor but an activist and champion for people living with disabilities and I’m really excited to hear what he’s going to talk about.
The event’s happening at 7:30pm on Wednesday 14th October at the Athenaeum Theatre. You can book tickets here.
I’m performing alongside Damien Power and Demi Lardner at this Stand Up Series show hosted by Dave Thornton.
It’s happening at the Sydney Opera House on Saturday October 24th at 9:30pm, tickets available here.
I’m on this line-up at Just For Laughs 2015 and I am terrified but I am telling myself it will be good and great fun.
If you’re going to be in Montreal come Thursday July 23rd, you can buy tickets here.
A fixture of great TV, comedy veteran Wanda Sykes brings her trademark wit, and larger than life personality, to the Just for Laughs stage on July 23. A celebrated author, Sykes was also the first African-American woman to be the featured entertainer at the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner.
With such a successful career under her belt, Montrealers will be tripping over themselves to get a ticket to her Gala. Her lineup is Keith Robinson, Nate Bargazte, Alonzo Bodden, Harland Williams, and Tom Ballard.
I always love headlining this brilliant room at the Friend In Hand pub in Glebe, Sydney.
Tickets are $8 conc, $10 full. The show starts at 8pm, more info here.
I’ll be doing an hour show at the Phoenix Fringe in London on Monday August 3rd at 8:30pm.
The Fringe is set up as an alternative to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, featuring new shows from kewl guys and girls at affordable prices. It’s on at The Phoenix in Cavendish Square.
Tickets are £8 in advance, £10 on the door. OR you can see my show AND preview shows from the awesome Alex Edelman (at 7pm) and Milton Jones (at 10pm) that same night for just £20.
Bookings available here.
I’m off out on the road for the next little while on the MICF Roadshow and I couldn’t be happier about it. You can check out all the dates across Australia on the MICF website here, but here are my dates’n’locations:
Wednesday June 3rd – Manning Entertainment Centre, Taree Thursday June 4th – Cessnock Performing Arts Centre, Cessnock Friday June 5th – Sunday June 7th – Civic Theatre, Newcastle
Wednesday June 10th – The Rex Theatre, Charlton Thursday June 11th – Wesley Performing Arts Centre, Horsham Friday June 12th – Her Majesty’s Theatre, Ballarat Saturday June 13th – Marysville Community Centre, Marysville
Friday June 19th – Hamilton Performing Arts Centre, Hamilton Saturday June 20th – Colac Otway Performing Arts and Cultural Centre, Colac Sunday June 21st – Burrinja Theatre, Upwey