Hannah Gadsby to bring acclaimed new show WOOF! to Brisbane, Canberra and Adelaide

Hannah Gadsby to tour acclaimed new stand up show WOOF! to Canberra, Brisbane and Adelaide this July and August.

After enthralling audiences across packed houses at Sydney Opera House and Melbourne Comedy Festival earlier this year, the incomparable Hannah Gadsby gives Canberra, Brisbane and Adelaide an opportunity to experience their world renowned brilliance in Woof!

Canberra gets their chance on Thursday 25 July, Brisbane on Saturday 27 July, and Adelaide on Friday 2 August, with tickets for all cities on sale on Friday 17 May.

Perfection in action. A true comic genius with top-notch timing” ★★★★★ The Age, 2024

Hannah has a lot to worry about. Then again, so do we all.

In a world full of genuine worries, which anxiety gets to sit in the front seat?

Nearly six years after Nanette propelled them to international stardom, Hannah is learning how to process the world, with all its catastrophes and hypocrisies, from a new perspective and they’re ready to talk about it. From the irrelevant to the existential, Hannah took their worries on the road and their destination is Woof!

Before bringing Woof! back to Australia in July, Hannah will perform it to sold out houses across the USA, and the tour will continue to London and Edinburgh after Adelaide.

While in LA this month, they have appeared as a guest on Netflix’s John Mulaney Presents: Everyone is in L.A. alongside Beck, Flea and filmmaker John Carpenter, and presented their hand picked line up, Hannah Gadsby And Close Personal Acquaintances…Some Of Whom They’ve Never Met (in LA) at Netflix is a Joke Fest.

This year, Hannah also hosted and curated Netflix’s first all gender-queer multi-comic special Hannah Gadsby’s Gender Agenda.

And they have successfully grown no fewer than four different species of potatoes.

It’s singular, deeply funny stuff, elevated as always by Gadsby’s bemused eye for an odd detail and exquisite phrase-turning.’ The Sydney Morning Herald, 2024

If anyone can find new ways to refuse to do what is expected, it’s them.” The Guardian, 2024


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