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Tommy Little - I'll See Myself Out

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  • Inside Seating: $45.00 ea
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Tommy Little is Australia’s premier dickhead. Which is lucky for everyone else as dickhead decisions make for big laughs!

Nothing is off limits at a Tommy Little live show – his real-life antics and setbacks are foolish, funny as hell and definitely his own fault. He brings his tales to life with effortless charisma, high energy and a cheeky yet intimate connection with his audiences.

Tommy Little is one of the most prolific and crowd-pleasing acts of the moment - he added an unprecedented number of shows across Australia in 2019 to keep up with demand, has a national radio show with Carrie Bickmore on the Hit Network with over 1.3 million listeners, is a regular on The Project and has well and truly confirmed his spot as one of the most watched comedians in the country. His live shows are the perfect chance to really get to know one of the most exciting performers going around right now.

“Comedy gold from the get-go.” Herald Sun, 2019
“Little can’t be faulted and the show ends with an hour somehow feeling like seconds." ★★★★★ The Advertiser, 2019

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