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Melbourne Comedy Festival - Brendon Green: Eggs and Ham


Wed 13 Apr 2016, 9:45pm–10:45pm
Thu 14 Apr 2016, 9:45pm–10:45pm
Fri 15 Apr 2016, 9:45pm–10:45pm
Sat 16 Apr 2016, 9:45pm–10:45pm
Sun 17 Apr 2016, 8:45pm–9:45pm

Where: Trades Hall, Corner of Lygon and Victoria Streets, Carlton, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $20.00
  • Groups 4+: $15.00
  • Concession: $15.00
  • Tightarse Tuesday: $15.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Kiwi comedian Brendon Green makes his Australian debut with this cracking show filled with wit, style, and an emotional honesty that sometimes worries his mother.

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"Brendon Green is bloody great and I'm sure it's no accident, I'm sure he's worked his guts out to pull this off, but it doesn't show. He makes all that cleverness look easy." - Gather and Hunt

"He stood there in confidence, walked as if he floated, spoke with charm...He creates an environment that is open and honest, he’s not afraid to unveil personal details, a wordsmith perfectly timed in his delivery." - Mac and Mae

"The truth, as always, is stranger than fiction, and it is with this in mind that Green is able to present a show with comedic value at a Larry David level of embarrassment, but there's a method hidden in the madness that would be absurd if there weren't a conclusive logic to it all.

Absurdist philosophy refers to the conflict that as human beings we have an inherent tendency to find meaning in life, but will ultimately fail to do so. Albert Camus, however, encourages the individual to live defiantly in spite of this psychological tension, and continue to explore and search for meaning, which is also the inadvertent yet intentional message of Green's show." - Theatre Scenes