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Blake Everett and Oliver Coleman: Dig Their Own Graves

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Blake Everett & Oliver Coleman Dig Their Own Graves

Blake Everett and Oliver Coleman are two of the funniest comedians to have ever existed. If you haven't seen them before it's because lately they’ve been so overwhelmed dealing with the day-to-day admin of their shovel sales empire that comedy has taken a backseat. That’s right - Blake and Oliver are also shovel salesmen.

They have a Cert III in Digging Holes and a Cert IV in Entrepreneurship, as well as all sorts of critical acclaim for their solo-shows. They are combining their two loves (comedy and manual hole digging implements) in order to bring double the laughs, and double the shovels, to the Melbourne Comedy Festival for the world-premiere of their first show as a duo.

But something lurks in the dark underbelly of shovel sales. Will they survive the night? Or will they end up digging their own graves?

Please note that friday shows are at: 11 PM @ Trades Hall, 54 Victoria St,Carlton

"Comic genius that catapults to points of sheer chaos." - The Adelaide Advertiser

"Splicing surrealism with outright silliness." - The Music

"A young man with naturally funny bones." - Chortle (UK)

5 stars - The Adelaide Advertiser

4 stars - Time Out

4 stars - Beat Magazine

4 stars - The Music

4 stars - Australia Times

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