Friday 27 May 7.30pm – Margaret River HEART
‘You are guaranteed a night filled with nothing but good feelings and laughter’
Strap yourself in Australia! The Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow is hitting the highways to home-deliver the freshest and funniest from the 2022 Festival to neighbourhoods across the nation.
For 24 years the Roadshow has presented an all killer, no filler line-up of Australian stars and talented newcomers to comedy fans far and wide. Buckle up for a night of stand-up, sketch, satire, silliness and song in this rip-roaring road trip designed to satisfy all your comedy cravings! Book now for that much-needed live comedy fix when we roll into a venue near you.
Performances often contain coarse language, adult themes, sexual references and material that may offend. The show is recommended for people aged 15 years or older.
Doors to the venue and the bar opens at 6.30pm and the show commences at 7.30pm. Presented by Arts Margaret River with support from the Margaret River HEART.
Tickets: $55 adults, $50 concession, $47 membersBOOK TICKETS
DANIEL CONNELL (MC)
Daniel could easily be described as the ideal Aussie comedian; affable, loveable and hilarious. His observational, dry, often unanticipated comedy has seen him take to stages all over the country.
In 2021 Daniel made his third appearance on the Oxfam Gala (ABC). He also took his show ‘I’ve Had A Flare Up’ to every Australian festival, and on a national tour.
ANIRBAN DASGUPTA (INDIA)
Kolkata-born, Mumbai-based Anirban Dasgupta is a stand-up comedian and writer with a distinct comedic style. Since leaving behind his career as a corporate salesman, Anirban has headlined at major comedy clubs and festivals around India and abroad.
After several popular youtube videos, he released his first stand-up special Take It Easy, in black and white on Amazon Prime Video to overwhelming acclaim. Following that, he co-wrote and co-created Afsos, a first-of-its kind black comedy thriller series on Amazon Prime Video that was released in 2020 to rave reviews.
Dane Simpson was a Deadly Funny national finalist in 2015. Since then, it has been a fast-rising trajectory for this Wagga Wagga based comedian with a whirlwind of corporate gigs, tours, and festival runs – as both a solo artist and as part of Aborigi-LOL.
Dane has appeared on the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Gala, the Opening Night Comedy Allstars Supershow, Channel 10’s Have You Been Paying Attention, The Weekly, Would I Lie To You, The Hundred with Andy Lee and in feature film rom-com The Merger. He also produces the monthly Riverina Comedy Club and has been the Artistic Director of the Wagga Comedy Festival.
Nikki Britton has an electrifying stage presence, personable demeanor and lightning paced style. Her solo shows have garnered her award wins and nominations at festivals around the country. Her 2021 show One Small Step was nominated for Most Outstanding Show at the 2021 Melbourne International
Comedy Festival. Other accolades include Best Comedy (weekly) at the Adelaide Fringe Festival in 2019 and 2020, Best Comedy at Perth Fringe 2018) and her 2019 show, Once Bitten, was hand-picked by ABC to be created into a podcast in 2020
Tor Snyder is a comedic force here to win the hearts of every Australian she meets. But don’t let the adorable Canadian accent fool you. This filthy, yet endearing, comedian doesn’t hold back, she’s full of “a whole lot of sass and a whole lot of crass” and not sorry about it After being hand picked to host the 2021 Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s prestigious ‘Comedy Zone’, Snyder is quickly becoming one of Australia’s best up and coming comedians. Her solo show, Tor Snyder Horse Rider, sold out and won The West Australian Newspaper Award at Fringe World 2021. She’s performed alongside some of Australia’s biggest comedians including Becky Lucas, Geraldine Hickey, Tom Gleeson, Fiona O’Loughlin, Peter Rowsthorn and Jim Jefferies.