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The Comedy Confessional


Fri 3 Apr 2015, 11:00pm–12:00am
Sat 4 Apr 2015, 11:00pm–12:00am
Fri 10 Apr 2015, 11:00pm–12:00am
Sat 11 Apr 2015, 11:00pm–12:00am

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

Restrictions: 18+

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Returning to the Melbourne International Comedy Festival for its second year running, The Comedy Confessional is back to make you laugh…and cringe.

Add the terrifying prospect of performing stand-up comedy to the mortification of confessing something never publicly admitted before, throw in professional comedians telling said tales, and you have a hilariously unique, schadenfreudelicious comedy storytelling experience.

With previous confessors including Fiona O’Loughlin, Greg Fleet, Claire Hooper, Brendon Walsh, Wil Sylvince and countless other national and international stars, part of the excitement is in waiting to discover…who will dare to bare? No line-up or story repeated!

Here’s what the critics said last year:

'Like a fly on the wall, witnessing something secret, you feel like you are a part of a unique and devilish experience.' - YAWP

'Sordid and sexy…with a guaranteed different line-up every night, it's well worth returning.' -

'A crowded platter of surprising anecdotes, glued together by strong routine material.' - Herald Sun