Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow. ONE SHOW ONLY!

The original and still the best all-killer no-filler comedy.

The original and STILL the best: heading west to get winter started with some big laughs. Get on board, grab your mates and get giggling as the ultimate comedy roadtrip rolls into town!

Buckle up Penrith, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow is hitting the road to home deliver the freshest and funniest from Australia’s largest comedy festival!

With an all-killer, no-filler cast of Australian stars, talented newcomers and international performers, we’ve got all your comedy bases covered.  Featuring everything from stand-up to sketch, slapstick to song, this year’s line-up presents the best of the Festival in one hilarious show.

Every year the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow’s cast of intrepid entertainers board the bus and set their sights on over 80 destinations across this great Southern land. They’ve plugged The Joan into their GPS and they’ll drop in at the start of winter to get us laughing.

The full line-up:

Adam Hess (UK)
Mandy Nolan
Sam Taunton
Dave Callan (MC)
Dilruk Jaysinha

ONE SHOW ONLY

“It is a wonder how the roaring auditorium found any time to remember to breathe.” 9 Inch Tales, Malaysia

TICKETS

Standard $45
Concession $40
Or subscribe & save!

DURATION: 135 minutes (includes 20 minute interval)

Audience Advice: Performances often contain coarse language, sexual references and material that can offend. It is recommended for people aged 15 years or older.
Please note hazers are often used to enhance the lighting.

2017 SUBSCRIPTION PRICES – BUY MORE AND SAVE!

Adult Concession Purchase Saving*
4 Pack $188 $168 BUY NOW Up to $87
6 Pack $252 $222 BUY NOW $53-$153
8 Pack $320 $280 BUY NOW  $115-$200

*Savings based on single ticket price

Want a bigger pack? Contact our Box Office (02 4723 7600) and we’ll be happy to help.

SINGLE TICKETS

Standard $45
Concession $40

Buy Tickets »

Adam Hess (UK)
A stand-up comedian and general cheeky-guy from London who can’t imagine the Queen with wet hair, or get his head around the fact his cat is a grandad! For good quality gags per minute, there is no better comedian’
★★★★The Independent

Mandy Nolan
A true renaissance woman: a self-proclaimed expert on all matters feminine. Mandy Nolan is a funny woman – her humour is sharp, honest, sometimes self-depreciating, somewhat outrageous, but never cruel or pretentious. Frequently irreverent, she credits her five kids as the true source of her creativity. ‘When I had kids, everything else looked easy!’

Sam Taunton
One of Australia’s premier yarn men (self-appointed), recently listed by Pedestrian as one of the 20 hottest picks of the 2017 Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Melbourne-based Sam may have scored himself a gig as an MTV presenter but he still owes his Mum $728 in E-Toll fees after last year’s MICF Roadshow tour. ‘Other comics might tell you a few gags, but Taunton’s the one that’ll really spin you a full-blooded tale.’ – Pedestrian. RAW Comedy National Finalist and handpicked for The Comedy Zone, Sam is one of the most exciting new voices in Australian comedy.

Dave Callan (MC)
With over 20 years in the business in front of every type of crowd imaginable, recognisable from his appearances on Spicks and Specks, The Comedy Festival Gala and Good News Week, Dave Callan is a performer who can get the job done and take the night to a new level. He is also He is currently a regular on Good Game on ABC 2 and a regular performer on international stages.

Dilruk Jaysinha
Failing his parents stereotypical dream for him, Dil was unceremoniously fired from his accounting job at the same time his comedy career was taking shape. Self-described as a “good looking dude scientifically proven to have a height problem not a weight problem”– a well rounded performer (no pun intended) and “Extremely endearing comedian who wears his heart on his sleeve” Herald Sun. Dil’s star has continued to rise and you have probably seen him on Network Ten’s smash hit prime time show Have You Been Paying Attention.

  • Tuesday, Jun 6 2017 7:30pm

The original and STILL the best: heading west to get winter started with some big laughs. Get on board, grab your mates and get giggling as the ultimate comedy roadtrip rolls into town!

Buckle up Penrith, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow is hitting the road to home deliver the freshest and funniest from Australia’s largest comedy festival!

With an all-killer, no-filler cast of Australian stars, talented newcomers and international performers, we’ve got all your comedy bases covered.  Featuring everything from stand-up to sketch, slapstick to song, this year’s line-up presents the best of the Festival in one hilarious show.

Every year the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow’s cast of intrepid entertainers board the bus and set their sights on over 80 destinations across this great Southern land. They’ve plugged The Joan into their GPS and they’ll drop in at the start of winter to get us laughing.

The full line-up:

Adam Hess (UK)
Mandy Nolan
Sam Taunton
Dave Callan (MC)
Dilruk Jaysinha

ONE SHOW ONLY

“It is a wonder how the roaring auditorium found any time to remember to breathe.” 9 Inch Tales, Malaysia

TICKETS

Standard $45
Concession $40
Or subscribe & save!

DURATION: 135 minutes (includes 20 minute interval)

Audience Advice: Performances often contain coarse language, sexual references and material that can offend. It is recommended for people aged 15 years or older.
Please note hazers are often used to enhance the lighting.

2017 SUBSCRIPTION PRICES – BUY MORE AND SAVE!

Adult Concession Purchase Saving*
4 Pack $188 $168 BUY NOW Up to $87
6 Pack $252 $222 BUY NOW $53-$153
8 Pack $320 $280 BUY NOW  $115-$200

*Savings based on single ticket price

Want a bigger pack? Contact our Box Office (02 4723 7600) and we’ll be happy to help.

SINGLE TICKETS

Standard $45
Concession $40

Buy Tickets »

Adam Hess (UK)
A stand-up comedian and general cheeky-guy from London who can’t imagine the Queen with wet hair, or get his head around the fact his cat is a grandad! For good quality gags per minute, there is no better comedian’
★★★★The Independent

Mandy Nolan
A true renaissance woman: a self-proclaimed expert on all matters feminine. Mandy Nolan is a funny woman – her humour is sharp, honest, sometimes self-depreciating, somewhat outrageous, but never cruel or pretentious. Frequently irreverent, she credits her five kids as the true source of her creativity. ‘When I had kids, everything else looked easy!’

Sam Taunton
One of Australia’s premier yarn men (self-appointed), recently listed by Pedestrian as one of the 20 hottest picks of the 2017 Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Melbourne-based Sam may have scored himself a gig as an MTV presenter but he still owes his Mum $728 in E-Toll fees after last year’s MICF Roadshow tour. ‘Other comics might tell you a few gags, but Taunton’s the one that’ll really spin you a full-blooded tale.’ – Pedestrian. RAW Comedy National Finalist and handpicked for The Comedy Zone, Sam is one of the most exciting new voices in Australian comedy.

Dave Callan (MC)
With over 20 years in the business in front of every type of crowd imaginable, recognisable from his appearances on Spicks and Specks, The Comedy Festival Gala and Good News Week, Dave Callan is a performer who can get the job done and take the night to a new level. He is also He is currently a regular on Good Game on ABC 2 and a regular performer on international stages.

Dilruk Jaysinha
Failing his parents stereotypical dream for him, Dil was unceremoniously fired from his accounting job at the same time his comedy career was taking shape. Self-described as a “good looking dude scientifically proven to have a height problem not a weight problem”– a well rounded performer (no pun intended) and “Extremely endearing comedian who wears his heart on his sleeve” Herald Sun. Dil’s star has continued to rise and you have probably seen him on Network Ten’s smash hit prime time show Have You Been Paying Attention.

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