Putting the International into the Melbourne International Comedy Festival | Overseas line-up bills announced

Putting the International into the Melbourne International Comedy Festival

Overseas line-up bills announced

The Melbourne International Comedy Festival has confirmed the line-ups of its regular line-up shows.

Taking part in New Order, which showcases up-and-coming British and Irish comedians are  Evelyn Mok, Huge Davies, Joanne McNally and Pierre Novellie

The line-up for Comedy Zone Asia is Nigel Ng, the British-based Malaysian, Indonesia’s Sakdiyah Ma’ruf, Singapore’s  Sam See and Zainal Bostaman from Brunei.

Headliners, a showcase of US talent, comprises  Chanel Ali, The Lucas Bros and Jon Laster (26 March to 5 April); Zainab Johnson (26 March to 7 April); Joe List and Erica Rhodes (7 to 12 April); and Dulcé Sloan (8 to 12 April). 

Returning for its fourth year, the Indian All-stars Comedy Showcase will run for just foru shows and feature  Rohan Joshi, Biswa Kalyan Rath, Azeem Banatwalla and Urooj Ashfaq. 

While the India's Comedy Circuit line-up is  Sonali Thakker, Anirban Dasgupta and Ramya Ramapriya.

Best Of The Fest, which is produced independently, will bring top Edinburgh comics Ian Smith, Maisie Adam and Markus Birdman to Australia.  

The festival runs from March 25 to April 19

Published: 12 Feb 2020

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