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Christian Hull 'What A Mess' at Melbourne International Comedy Festival
 

Some of you may know him as a mother of teenagers, a new young couple in love or even someone who gets super excited about folding T-shirts or guessing the colours of paint – but you will definitely know him as Christian Hull and sometimes his wildly popular alter-ego Trish!

Christian is a disaster of a human. He is afraid of the outdoors and almost everything else. This show is about those times he has had to fend for himself and it’s almost definitely ended in many near-death experiences. From his horrific fear of flying to shitting himself often, mostly in public, you’ll leave wondering how on earth he has managed to keep himself alive for so long.

After his phenomenal sell-out live performing debut when he recorded his 'Complete Drivel' podcast live at Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Christian makes his stand-up debut with a flagrantly frank, frighteningly honest and disarmingly hilarious tell-all comedy show!

Christian has built a huge audience from documenting his mess of a life all over socials. His hilarious characters, parenting parodies, paint guessing and T-shirt folding escapades have earned Christian an ever-expanding army of over two and a half million online followers.

With a career trajectory taking him straight into the comedy and media stratosphere, a Christian Hull live show is not to be missed – book early!

'Hull is such a delight… his appeal is far reaching and broad and the love for him is palpable. He is relatable and gregarious and so very lovable you need to stop yourself from jumping up and hugging him. ★★★★' X-Press Mag

'Unique, comical and highly relatable. ★★★★' Impulse Gamer

 

Event details

Venue: The Comic's Lounge
Bookings: https://www.comedyfestival.com.au/2021/shows/christian-hull

Wed 7 Apr - Sun 11 Apr: 8.30pm;
Wed 14 Apr - Sun 18 Apr: 8.30pm

Comic's Lounge, 26 Errol St, Nth Melbourne

Melbourne

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