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Poopie Tum Tums at MIFC

The Very Good Looking Initiative and The Butterfly Club proudly presents
as part of the 2019 Melbourne International Comedy Festival

Poopie Tum Tums

Following from award winning show CULL and Green Room nominated Let’s Get Practical! Live, Honor and Patrick are tired of comedy and are hanging up their red noses and anal beads to endeavour on their most serious show yet, Poopie Tum Tums.

Masters of sketch comedy, Honor and Patrick deliver to you their exclusive brand of surreal and twisted humour effortlessly mixing sketch, musical theatre and that repressed memory of your dad quietly sobbing over the sink.This dynamic duo are rising comedic superstars and should be on everyone's radar.

Making its world debut, Poopie Tum Tums is a late night party that never felt more sexy and a MUST SEE at this year’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

★★★★.5 “Hilarious” - Seesaw
★★★★ “Surreal and bizarre” - Great Scott
★★★★ “Hysterical...Their onstage chemistry is unlike anything you’ve seen before” - This Is Radelaide
★★★★ “If you’re wondering if anyone is ballsy enough to go there, well this act goes there!” - Fourth Wall     Media

Written & Performed by Honor Wolff and Patrick Durnan Silva

About The Very Good Looking Initiative
The Very Good Looking Initiative are an award winning, Green Room nominated, Melbourne based collective who create experimental and subversive performance through the medium of anti-theater and dark comedy. TVGLI was created by Elliott Gee, Honor Wolff and Patrick Durnan Silva.

What: Poopie Tum Tums
When: 12th - 21st April, 10pm (Including Monday show)
Where: The Butterfly Club - Upstairs, 5 Carsons Pl, Melbourne 3000
Booking Information: thebutterflyclub.com  or  (03) 9663 8107     Tickets: $27 - $34

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theverygoodlookinginitiative/


Venue: The Butterfly Club
Dates: Friday 12 April 2019 – Sunday 21 April 2019
Bookings: The Butterfly Club



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