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Giant Dwarf’s Giant Week of Comedy

What could be better than a good, gay improv show.


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The Giant Dwarf has hosted some stellar Aussie names such as Kate Jenkinson, Jessica Marais, Rove McManus and Tom Ballard in its time, but for the last almost-three years, the theatre has also run improve workshops through the Improv Theatre Sydney (ITS).


To celebrate this three-year milestone, the Giant Dwarf is putting on a week-long comedy fest.


Highlights from the program include an LGBTIQ-led show (Thank God You’re Queer) on the Thursday night, plus two all-female shows on the Tuesday (Confetti Gun) and Thursday nights (Girls To The Front).


ITS is Australia's leading improv school. It boasts a faculty and ensemble made up of some of the biggest names in Australian comedy, including Susie Youssef (Whose Line Is It Anyway? AustraliaRosehaven), Steen Raskopoulos (The Bear PackWhose Line Is It Anyway? Australia), Bridie Connell (Whose Line Is It Anyway AustraliaTrue Story with Hamish & Andy) and Wyatt Nixon-Lloyd (Nickelodeon).



Venue: Giant Dwarf (199 Cleveland St, Redfern, NSW)
Dates: Tuesday 24th - Saturday 28th October 2017
Times: Five shows per night across three time slots - 7pm
8pm and 9pm
Tickets: $12 per show, $25 per night, $100 for the full Festival Pass
Full program: https://giantdwarf.com.au/events/its-birthday-festival-week/
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/877596882399334/

Tickets available through Giant Dwarf.


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