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Michael Shafar: 110% - Melbourne International Comedy

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Wed 14 Apr 2021, 9:35pm–10:30pm
Thu 15 Apr 2021, 9:35pm–10:30pm
Fri 16 Apr 2021, 9:35pm–10:30pm
Sat 17 Apr 2021, 9:35pm–10:30pm
Sun 18 Apr 2021, 8:35pm–9:30pm

Where: Mantra on Russell, 222 Russell Street, Melbourne CBD, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

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As seen and heard on Channel 10's The Project, ABC's Comedy Bites, triple j's Good Az Friday, SBS's RAW Comedy and more!

There's a reason Michael Shafar is one of the most exciting new comedians in Australia right now and has sold out at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival since his debut in 2017.

This year he's back to give 110%. Neither a pandemic nor cancer have been able to stop him from getting back on stage in his home town.

'Personal and conversational... a no-holds-barred insight into his relationships, life and experiences.' - Adelaide Advertiser

'Laugh out loud gags from the very beginning of the show to the final moment.' - Fringefeed

'You'd crawl over broken glass to see Shafar.' - Glam Adelaide

'Tasty and topical, with extra bite.' - The Age