Two Melbourne International Comedy Festival shows will have a second run at Little Mess in Brunswick this August.

RAW Comedy winner Matt Stewart’s debut solo show Pretty Dry, and NSW comedian Nick Capper’s weird and wonderful Chrome Doggie will hit Brunswick’s Little Mess Saturday 19 August.

Stewart’s Pretty Dry enjoyed a fantastic sold-out run at this year’s MICF, with a show described as “the culmination of a 7-year journey writing, directing, and performing comedy. …Stewart’s got disgustingly good timing and a mighty, warm on-stage presence. One of those rare shows that’ll suck you in from the opening line and spit you back out 50 minutes later utterly breathless.”

 Nick Capper’s show Chrome Doggie took audiences on an altogether different ride. The comedian’s comedian, Capper has earned praise from comedy heavy weights including Mark from Aunty Donna “Nick Capper is the most gut-funny, daringly dark and hysterically absurd comic on the scene right now. He’ll make you laugh in ways you didn’t even think were possible.”

Anne Edmonds says: “Nick Capper is the real deal. He has funny bones and a wild imagination that spins amazing stories. He has something unique and I always sit up and take notice when he’s performing. Get on board now!”

So. Get on board for this once-off-event and book your tickets now [link]

Where:            Little Mess 408 Sydney Rd, Brunswick VIC 3056

When:                         Saturday, August 19

Time:               Pretty Dry 6.30-7.30pm

Chrome Doggie 7.45-8.45pm

Tickets:           $15 per show or $25 for both

Book online via Trybooking

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