Christian Hull - What A Mess
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 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 last year’s MICF, 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 and T-shirt folding escapades have earned Christian an ever-expanding army of 985,000+ online followers and views in the high tens of millions.
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-PressMag
Unique, comical and highly relatable★★★★ – Impulse Gamer
|Fri 27 Mar - Sat 28 Mar 2020||Victoria||MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL COMEDY FESTIVAL: The Comic's Lounge||Sold Out|
What A MessFriday 27 March - Saturday 28 March, 2020 | 8:30pm MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL COMEDY FESTIVAL: The Comic's Lounge
🚨 SUPPORT FOR Melbourne International Comedy Festival ARTISTS 🚨
With the devastating cancellations of comedy festivals and gigs around the country, the livelihoods of thousands of entertainment industry workers are now under threat. The arts & entertainment industries have always been the first to step up and donate their skills to fund-raisers, with everyone from artists, lighting & tech staff to ushers, front of house, box office, production teams and more often being among the first that people turn to, and the first to offer to raise funds for the community in times of need
Kind Comedy Festival patrons have been contacting the festival suggesting that they would like to donate the value of their purchased tickets back to the show rather than receive a refund. Enough kind patrons that MICF have put a system in place.
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If you wish to make a contribution to support artists across these difficult times (as an alternative to or in place of a ticket purchased) then you can do so through their show page here on comedyfestival.com.au. Simply search for the artist/show you would like to support and add as many “$5 tickets” to your basket for their Sunday 19 April “performance”.
Thank you for your support and we’ll see you back at shows as soon as possible.
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