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Dylan Moran Announces 2015 Australian Tour

The master of comedy at its surliest is taking his brand new show Australia-wide.
By Elise Newton
March 03, 2015
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Dylan Moran Announces 2015 Australian Tour

The master of comedy at its surliest is taking his brand new show Australia-wide.
By Elise Newton
March 03, 2015
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Returning to Australia with all the flair of a growling octogenarian swirling a glass of wine in one hand, the brilliantly manic Dylan Moran has announced his brand new comedy tour Off the Hook will be stopping at 12 locations across the country this July to August.

The Irish comedian, who won our hearts as the creator and star of Black Books, is celebrated across the globe for his brilliant brand of rambling, brutally sharp stand-up comedy. Though you may hear Moran most frequently described as "curmudgeonly", the charm and intelligence of his manic comedy are hypnotic as he bombards audiences with his thoughts on everything from ageing and politics to kids, love and misery.

Moran is coming to Australia straight off the back of a stint touring around the less likely locales of Kiev, Moscow and Kazakhstan — as well as becoming the first Western comic to perform in St Petersburg — with his surly ways winning him acclaim along the way.

Bringing an always entrancing stage presence of slurring insights and bizarrely poetic complaints, broken by hysterical cackling and sips of wine, Moran's tour promises you comedy of the highest, most unpredictable kind.

DYLAN MORAN'S OFF THE HOOK AUSTRALIAN TOUR
Tickets on sale 10 March 10am

Friday 10 July
Riverside Theatre, Perth, WA

Tuesday 14 July
Civic Theatre, Newcastle, NSW

Saturday 18 July
Sydney Theatre, Sydney, NSW

Thursday 23 July
West Point Entertainment Centre, Hobart, TAS

Saturday 25 July
Princess Theatre, Launceston, TAS

Monday 27 July
State Theatre, Melbourne, VIC

Tuesday 4 August
QPAC Concert Hall, Brisbane, QLD

Saturday 8 August
Convention Centre, Cairns, QLD

Tuesday 11 August
Entertainment Centre, Darwin, NT

Saturday 15 August
Royal Theatre, Canberra, NSW

Published on March 03, 2015 by Elise Newton

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    Larry - March 5, 2015

    FYI recently Canberra moved into the ACT

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