30 MAR – 23 APR
21 years after his first visit and 4 years since his last, Daniel Kitson waddles back into town with something less like a work in progress and more like a person looking for ingredients without knowing what they want to cook or whether they’re even hungry.
This is, to be honest, a thinly veiled excuse to spend a month in Melbourne but it shouldn’t be awful, is priced accordingly and will be finished by 7.30pm (1.30pm Sundays) so you’ll have plenty of time to salvage your evening with a better show by someone else or some decent noodles or a first kiss followed by a lifetime of happiness.
It’s up to you, your time’s your own.
Daniel Kitson: I Shall Have a Good Think When Everybody’s Gone Home at Malthouse presented as part of Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
Comedy Festival at Malthouse is supported by our Season Partner, Scotchmans Hill.
Event & ticketing details
All online bookings incur a $4 booking fee per transaction.
90 minutes (no interval)
This production contains coarse language, graphic humour, audience participation, and calling attention to distracting patrons within the theatre.
All warnings are subject to change, please check back closer to the time of performance for an updated list of potentially sensitive content
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Online orders incur a $4 booking fee.
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