UPDATE: Given the situation around COVID-19, Country Arts SA and the Melbourne Comedy Festival have made the difficult decision to postpone the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow. We are currently working together on setting dates at a later stage. Patrons who have purchased a ticket will be contacted by the venue staff soon.
In the interest of public safety, we consider this the most responsible course of action for patrons, artists and our community. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Australia’s favourite comedy convoy is locked, loaded and hitting every corner of the country!
Join our diverse line-up of the hottest acts direct from the Melbourne International Comedy Festival for a very special show that is sure to tickle everyone’s funny bone. Featuring a cast of Australian stars, talented newcomers and special guest international performers, we’re home-delivering Australia’s largest comedy festival in one jampacked night of the biggest and best belly laughs you’ll have all year.
For over twenty years the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow has presented an all killer, no filler night of stand-up, sketch, satire, silliness and song to towns and cities across Australia. From Mandurah to Mount Gambier, Devonport to Darwin and 80 destinations in between, this really is the rip-roaring road trip of a life time!
‘Some of the country’s best comics… had audiences in tears’ The Queensland Times
‘Absolutely the funniest side-splitting laugh-‘til-it-hurts show yet’ The Honeycombers (Singapore)
‘A definite must see’ Bunbury Mail (WA)
‘Side-splitting fun, razor-sharp, high velocity wit.’ Daily Examiner, Grafton (NSW)
‘this line-up did not disappoint’ Theatre Travels (QLD)
‘You are guaranteed a night filled with nothing but good feelings and laughter’ Pelican Magazine
Performances often contain coarse language, sexual references and material that can offend. It is recommended for people aged 15 years or older.
Smoke machine/hazer may be used during this performance
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