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HIGHLIGHTS: Alex Williamson | Perth Hills Comedy | Catherine Tate Live | Kevin Hart | Carl Barron | Lawrence Mooney: Malcolm Turnbull | Tom Gleeson | Colin, Brad & Greg from "Whose Line"
Nov 15 - 17, Geraldton, Bunbury and Albany

The ‘Loosest Aussie Bloke’ is heading to Perth! Alex Williamson’s hilariously honest live solo show So Wrong, It’s Right is jam-packed with the social media star’s unfiltered parodies, songs and jokes that will have you in stitches. 
Nov 9, Kalamunda Hotel

 
Join headliner Daniel Delby for a night of laughs at the historic Kalamunda hotel. A sell-out at Fringe World and mainstay of the hilarious Comedians vs Rappers, Delby will be supported with Jon Pinder as MC and by the witty Lucy Ewing and Michael Gledhill at this not-to-be-missed event.

Nov 24, Regal Theatre
 
Spend an evening with one of Australia’s most intriguing figureheads with Lawrence Mooney’s hilarious tribute to Malcolm Turnbull. A hit at the Melbourne Comedy Festival earlier this year, expect the unexpected in this crude, witty and charming Turnbull portrayal.
Nov 21, Fremantle Arts Centre

Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s national comedy competition arrives in WA. This local heat unearths the freshest and funniest from a star-studded line-up of Australia’s best Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander comedians.
International Sensations
From across the pond to across the globe, there is
an exciting array of international comedy heading our way!
The Catherine Tate Show Live!
Nov 10 & 11, Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre
Catherine Tate fans will rejoice as the formidable funny lady tours the country with a handful of never-before-seen sketches! The show will unite some of Catherine’s best-loved characters from her hugely successful BBC series for the very first time in Australia. 
Join the stars of the classic, Emmy-nominated ‘Whose Line’ series for an evening of extraordinary improvised comedy! Known for their quick wit, the trio will take suggestions from the audience to create hilarious and original scenes that will have you rolling in the aisles.
Prepare for a night of irreverence, hilarity and astounding anecdotes as Kevin Hart brings his Irresponsible World Tour to Perth! Performed 360 degrees in-the-round, this will be an unforgettable comedic experience with one of the industry’s greats. 
Homegrown Heroes
The Australian comedy scene is as vibrant as ever with a diverse range of
amateurs and pros hitting the scene and bringing the laughs. 
Divalicious - Defying Gravity!
Nov 2, Little Creatures Nextdoor
Catch DivaLicious this Friday before they head to Fringe World! Their Botox-pumping, wrinkle-relaxing Defying Gravity cabaret will explore the dubious joys of becoming 'midults' in a youth obsessed world.
Six in the City ft. Tom Gleeson
Nov 8 - 10, Comedy Lounge
Join hit Australian TV personality Tom Gleeson as he visits Perth for a run at the Comedy Lounge that is not to be missed! With a ‘happy hour’ of 6 comedians in 60 minutes, this fast-paced, jam-packed set of brilliant Perth comedians will be sure to entertain.
Tomas Ford's Friday Night Fringe
Nov 9 & Dec 7, The Moon Cafe
Catch Perth’s monthly taste of Fringe at this hilarious line-up of cabaret and comedy at The Moon! Honest, handpicked and barely held together by Perth’s self-confessed cabaret idiot Tomas Ford, it’s the kind of night where anything can happen (and usually does). 

After sell out shows across Australia, New Zealand and the U.K., Carl Barron returns to his roots with a hilarious show of signature observational comedy that will touch the heart of every audience member. Get in quick to see this show before it hits TV screens soon!

Comedians vs. Rappers
Nov 30, Comedy Lounge
A unique fusion between rap and comedy, this high paced improv show pits established comedians against the best battle-rappers for some seriously funny results - which culminate in a hilariously unforgettable All-Out Rap Battle. 
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