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Following a 2012 sell-out season, A Sunburnt History is back with a brand new performance depicting the origins of modern-day Australia. Unlike anything else at the Comedy Festival, A Sunburnt History, starring Nicholas Waxman and Charlie Ranger, offers equal servings of education and entertainment as the audience are taken on the journey that shaped the nation, from one side of the world to the other.   

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A Sunburnt History: The First Fleet details

Address
54 Victoria St, Carlton South 3053

Telephone 1300 660 013

Price $16.00 to $22.00

Date 28 Mar 2013-07 Apr 2013

Open Tue-Sat 9.45pm Sun 8.45pm

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