Comedy at the Nash returns with hysterical lineup for 2017
Comedy at the Nash brings you means for rapturous laughter while embracing local talent with its 2017 lineup.
Stand-up won’t be standing alone as improvised puppetry, comedic plays and music theatre fill up a slate kicking off with Dads Have Feelings To – a warm tale of a well-intentioned dad humorously fighting a midlife crisis.
Then there's Table 17 – the perfect meal for love buddies exploring the hilarity of a wedding gone wrong. Think Bridemaids meets My Big Fat Greek Wedding.
After sell-out seasons at the 2016 Melbourne International Comedy Festival, The Mighty Littles is an impromptu puppetry act where characters are morphed from nowhere with the help of the audience. These guys are set for two slots.
Capping off the run of shows is Home Grown. Brought to you by writing duo Nick Hedger and Ben Nicholson, the show is back for its third year and teams heavyweights from Melbourne's musical theatre scene, including Chelsea Plumley, Jay James Moody and Baylie Carson.
Laugh Loud. Laugh Local – Comedy at the Nash comes to the National from Wednesday April 19 until Sunday April 23. For session times and bookings, check out the venue website.