Ghost Machine | Laura DavisPart story telling, part performance art, all hilarity, Laura Davis shines (albeit with the help of some fairy lights), underneath the 250 thread count sheet as she weaves her way through some hard hitting truths sprinkled with self-deprecating humor.

Davis plays the role of otherworldly being and keeps the audience under her spell with her quick wit and sharp mind. She is funny, sweet and all too relatable.  Discussing the constant sexism and struggles a female comic faces even in 2018, Davis has the ability to veer from wildly absurd to heartbreakingly real in an instant, leaving her mark upon the audience with an honesty and authenticity that is refreshingly real.

It’s easy to see why this award-winning act is so beloved the world over. Don’t miss this talented performer and her brilliantly oddball show that asks more questions than it answers and leaves you feeling both confused and joyful.

Laura Davis presents
Ghost Machine

Venue: Butterfly Club | Carson Place Melbourne VIC
Dates: 27 March – 22 April 2018
Tickets: $25 – $32
Bookings: www.comedyfestival.com.au

 

 

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