The Melbourne International Comedy Festival showcases 5 of its stand-up acts for Arts Rutherglen in a two and a half hour show at the Rutherglen Memorial Hall on Thursday 28th April.
The Bar, featuring wines from Scion Vineyard, beer from Rutherglen Brewery and the usual cold drinks, will open at 6:30pm.
A Pre-Show Bites-box by Matt and Erica Miller is available at the venue at 6.30pm and can also be ordered when you book your tickets, please contact us for the menu ($22) call 02 6033 6306 for bookings beofre 26th April
If you have more time before the show, you may like to book the Tuileries Restaurant Two Course Dinner and Show package ($70) call Tuileries on 02 6032 9033 for bookings before 26th April
Show starts at 8pm
General Admission $40
Arts Rutherglen $35
Group (10 or more) $35
Tertiary Student $35
18 and over
Secondary Student $30
15 and over
Online bookings or call into the Rutherglen Visitor Information Centre 02 6033 6306
MC - Dave O¹Neil
He's starred in Spicks and Specks, The Agony of Life and Utopia and in his new show, Dave invites you to decide whether he's cool or not cool. He's been called all sorts of things - a bogan, a yuppie and a hipster... but is he cool?
Saunders says comedians often seek to explain the serious intent behind their jokes. But he says: "I joke because I love seeing people laugh and sometimes I really get a kick out of people thinking whether it is appropriate to laugh."
His online comedy show WhiteBLACKatcha tackles political correctness and stereotypes in equal measure with parodies of TV shows and characters such as Ray Ray Boy, the Aboriginal zumba instructor.
Joel Dommett (UK)
Joel has had a hugely exciting career since starting stand up comedy in 2007. He was the face of MTV in 2012 and presented their daily news bulletins. Joel is one of the fastest rising stars on the UK comedy circuit having gained rave reviews for his debut solo Edinburgh show, Neon Hero, in 2011 and second show ‘Nunchuck Silver Medallist 2002‘ in 2012.
An accomplished festival performer, Rob’s stand-up shows have received critical and popular acclaim at the Adelaide Fringe and Melbourne International Comedy Festival resulting in multiple outstanding reviews and award nominations.
Multi-talented Nolan is an accomplished comedian, artist and journalist. A self-proclaimed expert on all matters feminine she writes for the Byron Echo where her weekly Soapbox has attracted the admiration and loyalty of readers for well over a decade. Nolan has also been a contributor for Wendy Harmer’s Online magazine The Hoopla and has been a featured guest on ABC’s Q&A and SBS’s Mums The Word.
Mandy Nolan is a funny woman.