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The Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow is coming to Newcastle

The Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow is once again set to bring a stellar lineup of comedic talent to Civic Theatre Newcastle in June.

This comedy juggernaut will traverse around the country showcasing the very best acts from this year’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival and will stop in Newcastle for shows over two big nights of live comedy.

Whether you’re a fan of seasoned comedy royalty or eager to discover the freshest sensations in the comedy scene, this show promises to deliver an unforgettable evening of laughter and entertainment.

The Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow rolls into Civic Theatre Newcastle for shows on the 7th and 8th of June 2024. You can check out the acts already announced for the show below and hit civictheatrenewcastle.com.au for tickets.

Andy Saunders

Andy Saunders has been making people laugh since he could literally stand up. He’s made a name for himself in the comedy world for his ability to elicit laughter from any situation and challenge stereotypes. It’s why he’s become one of the most sought-after acts in the country.

Daniel Connell

Daniel Connell has become a fixture on comedy lineups around the country. With numerous TV appearances and successful national tours under his belt, Daniel continues to captivate audiences on stage with his wit and charm, solidifying his place as a comedic standout.

Prue Blake

Prue Blake is a former RAW Comedy champion and self-proclaimed good girl. She’s a much loved fixture on the comedy scene with a trademark wit and charm and stories about life when it doesn’t go according to plan.

David Quirk

David Quirk stepped away from the spotlight in 2017. He returned four years later with a compelling tale he told during his string of comeback shows. He’s gone on to feature in tv shows like Rosehaven and is one of the most versatile and interesting performers in the country.

He Huang

Originally dreaming of saving the world through research and development, He Huang soon realized she was more lost in numbers than a cat in a room full of laser pointers. She embarked on a quest to rescue her sanity, armed with nothing but terrible arithmetic and a microphone.


Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow

Civic Theatre
Friday 7 June
Saturday 8 June