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The Clubhouse with Hannah Gadsby


Thu 19 Dec 2013, 8:30pm–10:00pm

Where: The Waratah Hotel, 272 Murray St, North Hobart, Tasmania

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $15.00

Listed by: clubhousecomedy

Dear Santa,
I've been a very good comedy room all year. I've brought the funny, had lollies at the door and the toilets are always clean. This Christmas show I'd like a Tassie-girl-turned-comedy-superstar to put on my festive stage.
Much love,
The Clubhouse xox

Dear The Clubhouse,
I agree you've done some very good comedy this year. I was going to get you some Lego and a pool noodle but after receiving your letter I've changed my mind.
I'm sending you Hannah Gadsby.
Love Santa.

HOORAY!! Its a Hannah Gadsby Christmas!!!
Supported by Peter Escott, Tim Logan and hosted by Tracey Cosgrove.

Doors open at 8pm and the show kicks off at 8:30pm.

Last year Hannahs Clubhouse debut sold out so get in early.

Tickets are $15 and are available from The Waratah.



Hannah Gadsby is an award-winning Australian comedian who thinks quickly and moves slowly. She is sardonic, laconic and, after numerous bone crunching accidents, bionic. Her droll delivery, delightful wordplay and heart-breakingly funny, self-deprecating observations have delighted audiences all over the world.

Hannah began her stand-up career in 2006 when she was "discovered" at the Hobart Comedy Festival. Relieved that she existed, she went on to win the national final of Raw Comedy and followed this up with a very impressive second place in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival's So You Think You're Funny? Since then, Hannah has performed to sold out houses at comedy festivals across Australia, accepted an invitation to perform at the exclusive Kilkenny Comedy Festival, the prestigious Montreal Just for Laughs comedy festival and appeared at the Edinburgh Fringe and New Zealand Comedy Festivals.

2013 has seen her tour a brand new stand up show, Happiness Is A Bedside Table, which was nominated for Best Show at Melbourne International Comedy Festival, as well as a new art lecture, Nakedy Nudes.