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Abigoliah Schamaun: Girl Going to Hell


Fri 5 Apr 2013, 9:45pm
Sat 6 Apr 2013, 9:45pm
Sun 7 Apr 2013, 9:45pm
Mon 8 Apr 2013, 9:45pm
Tue 9 Apr 2013, 9:45pm

Where: The Tuxedo Cat, 17-23 Wills St, Melbourne CBD, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $20.00
  • concession: $16.00
  • tightarse Tuesday: $15.00
  • Additional fees may apply


Listed by: helen10

Fresh from her polarising shows at Adelaide Fringe, New York-based stand-up comedian Abigoliah Schamaun brings her subversive show, Girl Going To Hell to Melbourne International Comedy Festival, with nightly performances at The Tuxedo Cat, popping up at 17-23 Wills Street, Melbourne at 9.45pm (8.45pm on Sundays) from Wednesday, March 27th to Tuesday, April 9th.

During her one-hour show which features daredevil sight gags that will make your eyes water, Abigoliah confesses the sins and transgressions she's made throughout her life.

May you forgive her and find her hilarious.

She’s had a big year, and this brand new hour of stand-up will give you a salty taste of it. Along with tales of killing it at her father’s eulogy, Abigoliah shares the intimate, often blue details of her guilty pleasures, and the pleasure she finds in guilt.

With a mind for sin, and a body for comedy, Abigoliah Schamaun is back for her second year to grab Melbourne by the balls, whisper sweet nothings in its ear, but never kiss it on the mouth.

Schamaun has had international success with her two stand-up shows, Beacon of Health and Fitness and Fabulous Abs. Along with playing clubs and theatres in the US and London; she has also performed at the Adelaide Fringe Festival (2011), Melbourne International Comedy Festival (2011), The Edinburgh Fringe Festival (2010, 2011, 2012), and North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival (2012).

In the name of Daddy-O, Junior, and the Spook- Abigoliah Schamaun is definitely going to Hell.

“Schamaun is not just funny, she’s hilarious.”- Three Weeks, Edinburgh

“A fresh and quirky voice.” - The Herald Sun, Melbourne

“This is punk rock comedy: Shocking, minimalist, energetic, honest, and a mess of f*@king fun. –

“Her cheeky honesty is completely disarming and delightful” -, London

"Curiously disturbed"- The Skinny Fringe Guru

“ …well-balanced and deliciously indulgent, from both sides of the stage.” – db Magazine, Adelaide

“She’s alternative, wild and highly inappropriate. Most importantly, she’s as funny as hell.” – Rip It Up, Adelaide

“ …. Schauman is no angel, and probably a little disturbed.” – The Advertiser, Adelaide.