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Anne Edmonds & Lloyd Langford - Business with Pleasure

Where: Malthouse Theatre, 113 Sturt Street, Southbank, Victoria

Restrictions: 16+

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After spending a large part of 2020 in a Melbourne lockdown together, Anne & Lloyd have decided now is the time to go on a national tour. Come and witness these two comedians live. There’ll be jokes, stories, gossip and quite possibly the thrilling spectacle of the onstage breakdown of their relationship.

Anne Edmonds is uncompromising, fearless and hilarious. She is a regular guest on Have You Been Paying Attention? and The Project while her alter-ego characters shine in Get Krack!n and At Home Alone Together. Her stand-up special released earlier this year on Amazon Prime has been making audiences cry with laughter.

Lloyd Langford is a stand-up comedian, writer and actor from Wales, who is fast making his mark here in Australia. Since first coming to our shores in 2015 as part of the Melbourne Comedy Festival, Lloyd has toured the country extensively and become a fan favourite and regular on hit show Have You Been Paying Attention?

"Rolling with the confidence and energy of a prize fighter, Edmonds in touchingly engaging and horrifyingly cruel—often in the same sentence." - Herald Sun

"Winner Best Show" - Sydney Comedy Festival 2018

"Nominee Most Outstanding Show" - Melbourne Comedy Festival 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019

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