The Queen Victoria Women’s Centre is bringing the most exciting feminist comedians in the industry to MICF
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21.03.2023

The Queen Victoria Women’s Centre is bringing the most exciting feminist comedians in the industry to MICF

Queen Victoria Women's Centre

The centre's program of events as part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2023 promises to be a highlight of the festival.

Featuring some of the most exciting performers in comedy today, the Queen Victoria Women’s Centre is putting on a huge program of events as a part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival from March 29 to April 23.

Keep up with Melbourne’s latest comedy news, reviews and interviews here.

Catch Ms Beige Brown Goes Beyond, Beige Brown’s latest show, which sees the feminist performance poet vying for a life-changing new council grant. Also not to be missed is Cult Classic, a multimedia comedy show that combines stand-up with pre-filmed movie parodies. Underwire is another highlight, a show that explores the trials and tribulations of having too much of a good thing.

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Everything is a Lie features Lauren Edwards, whose charming wit and cynical attitude is sure to resonate with audiences. And Boothylicious is a must-see show from Sharyn Booth, who uses her microphone, stage, and spirit to share her unique comedic perspective.

Bits & Pieces Comedy presents a program of new shows that give a platform to women and underrepresented voices. Han Arbuthnott’s How to Shave promises to be a highlight of the festival, as the transmasc comedian shares his experiences with puberty, testosterone, and a double mastectomy.

Anecdotal Evidence by Maryellen is also expected to be a crowd-pleaser, with the Adelaide Fringe show receiving 5-star reviews. Becky & Courtney Do Business is a delightful hour of comedy that promises minimal use of business jargon and a lot of laughs.

The Yarnz open mic night is also sure to be a highlight of the festival, featuring some of Australia’s funniest blakfullas. This is an opportunity for both comedians and audiences to let loose and experiment, with no competition or stakes involved.

It all goes down across the festival at Queen Victoria Women’s Centre. Grab tickets to these great shows by heading here.

This article was made in partnership with Queen Victoria Women’s Centre