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Sketch Me Like One of Your French Girls
 

Your heart will go on for the return season of this solo-sketch-comedy-thingy from wobble-faced Raw Comedy state finalist David Massingham (Little Sketch Book of Horrors, Murder Village, The Big HOO-HAA!).

Following critically acclaimed runs at the 2018 and 2019 editions of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Massingham is reviving his debut sketch show at Melbourne’s favourite comedy and cabaret home, The Butterfly Club. Sketch Me Like One of Your French Girls showcases big characters, big ideas and big hair as Massingham brings together his funniest sketches for an action-packed hour of laughs.

Massingham’s a national improv champion, an award-winning comedian, and he wants you to sketch him wearing this.

Wearing ONLY this.

Sketch Me Like One of Your French Girls: an interactive sketch adventure that’s kinda clever, when it’s not being plain dumb fun.

ON SALE NOW: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/sketch-me-like-one-of-your-french-girls-tickets-62902421837

REVIEWS FOR SKETCH ME:
“Sketch Me is an utterly spirited and innovative sketch show.” - Theatre Press

“A rare, beautifully crafted, expertly delivered, ultimately clean sketch show.” - The Plus Ones

“Funny is an understatement. He was hilarious... a must-see show.” - Weekend Notes

★★★★ - Hugging Comedians

 

Venue: The Butterfly Club: 5 Carson Place Melbourne
Dates: Saturday 24 August 2019 – Saturday 24 August 2019
Bookings: David Massingham

Tickets at: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/sketch-me-like-one-of-your-french-girls-tickets-62902421837

 

 

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