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Jude Perl: Is It Just Me? - MICF 2015

When:

Tue 7 Apr 2015, 9:30pm–10:30pm
Wed 8 Apr 2015, 9:30pm–10:30pm
Sun 12 Apr 2015, 9:30pm–10:30pm
Tue 14 Apr 2015, 9:30pm–10:30pm
Wed 15 Apr 2015, 9:30pm–10:30pm
Sun 19 Apr 2015, 9:30pm–10:30pm

Where: The Butterfly Club, 5 Carson Place, Melbourne CBD, Victoria

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • Full: $25.00
  • Concession: $23.00
  • Members: $19.00
  • Tightass Tuesdays: $18.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: jude9

Pop singer, comedian and 2014 Raw Comedy Finalist Jude Perl performs her brand new show at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival in 2015 at Melbourne’s cozy and prolific home to cabaret and comedy, The Butterfly Club.

In her debut show at the 2015 Comedy Festival “Is It Just Me?”, Perl takes the audience on a magical, sexy-awkward (hyphen intended) journey from her embarrassing childhood to present day Los Angeles as she tries to “make it” in the “biz”. Coming across all kinds of wackiness, including her own fun-filled anxieties and societal concerns, Perl’s undeniably catchy tunes mixed with her unique brand of humour will charm and inspire in this hilarious and revealing semi-autobiographical tale

Jude Perl has been performing professionally for the past 7 years as a singer and pianist. She spent 2014 in Los Angeles performing solo shows and recording her debut album with grammy award winning producer Brian Paturalski, as well as starring in the critically acclaimed narrative concert Let’s Get It On - The Life & Music Of Marvin Gaye at the Athenaeum Theatre in Melbourne. She appeared on Channel 7’s ‘The Morning Show’, and was a featured performer in Jason Coleman’s ‘Spiegelicious’ at the Spiegel Tent. In 2013 her debut single “Girls & Boys” featured regular commercial radio airplay all over Australia (including Fox FM and 2Day FM)

“Jude Perl, a tiny package with a big voice and impressive stage presence.” – Weekend Note

"Perl manages to draw the complete attention of her audience from her opening phrase. There is a narrative sureness in her voice to match its timbral warmth. Like Ute Lemper, Perl has the kind of instrument that inspires lyricists not to slack off, to invest more in their songs.” - The Australian

“When it comes to crafting the catchiest of pop tunes, this Melbourne musician hits the nail on the head.” – The Ripe

“Perl has been making a name for herself around Melbourne through her remarkable vocal abilities, her original songs and with her own brand of musical comedy.” – Beat Magazine