Cal Wilson is All Ears
Stories are what Wilson loves best, real life stories. Not only are we treated to hilarious accounts of her own experiences but the audience is encouraged to share stories of their own.

Hannah Wants A Wife | Hannah Gadsby
It was with some trepidation that I went along to see my first act of the festival, Hannah Gadsby. Her brief appearance at the Gala had been one of the more amusing ones, but who knew what was going to unfold?

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