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David Massingham’s Little Sketch Book of Horrors

Prepare yourself for hilarious tales of the macabre from sketch comedian and not-particularly-spooky guy David Massingham (The Big HOO-HAA!, Impro Melbourne).

Following his critically-praised 2018 solo debut Sketch Me Like One of Your French Girls, Massingham is back and channelling his inner-Vincent Price.

GASP! as he whips up all-new chilling sketch monologues!

SCREAM! at the appearance of eerily inventive characters!!

SQUEAL! at comedy that comes in threes!!!

What are you waiting for ghouls? At the 2019 Melbourne International Comedy Festival, join this Raw Comedy state finalist and national improv champion for an interactive sketch storytime session to die for.

“Funny is an understatement. He was hilarious... A must-see show if you're thinking about going to the comedy festival.” – Weekend Notes

"Massingham is surely on the road towards some deserved accolades." – The Plus Ones

"A consistently hilarious evening of sketches" – Pop Culture-y

"David Massingham is a rising star, and I am genuinely excited to see what he sketches next." – Theatre Press



Venue: Tasma Terrace - 6 Parliament Place, East Melbourne
Dates: Tuesday 26 March 2019 – Tuesday 26 March 2019
Bookings: https://www.eventfinda.com.au/2019/david-massingham-little-sketch-book-of-horrors/melbourne/

Price: $25 adults / $22 concession / $20 preview, group and cheap Tuesday



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