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Boy With Tape on His Face

Sam Wills is bringing his experience as a street performer to this comedy show without words, blending vaudeville and puppetry for a mime-esque, audience participation-heavy and that essential prop: tape. The Forum, 27 Mar-20 Apr.

Julian Clary: Position Vacant - Apply Within

The Lord of the Mince is back, for one night only – and quite fittingly at Her Majesty’s Theatre. He’s looking for love, and any straight men on the turn will do. Her Majesty's Theatre, 19 Apr.

Paul Foot: Words

He’s become a festival regular with his mullet and shiny suit, and now he brings his surreal shtick to the Hi-Fi Bar, with a skeleton in tow. The Hi-Fi, 27 Mar-20 Apr.

Sara Pascoe vs the Truth

Sara Pascoe is making intellectuals smirk with her keen observations and cultural references. She's been seen on Never Mind the Buzzcocks, QI and Being Human, amongst other shows, and even her tweets are king hits of comedic wit. Melbourne Town Hall, 27 Mar-20 Apr.

Stephen K Amos: What Does the K Stand For?

British comedian Stephen K Amos returns to Melbourne for the International Comedy Festival after success with his recent radio sitcom show What Does the K Stand For? on BBC Radio 4 (UK). Athenaeum Theatre, 27 Mar-20 Apr.

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