In this hilarious hour, multi-award-winning comedian Damien Power is throwing out the rule book, experimenting with new material, old material and everything in between. But, don’t worry, you are in the hands of a master. He won’t let you down.

Read on to spend 5 minutes with Damien Power:

 How would you describe your show to someone who knew nothing about it? 

Loose, fun, deep, and stupid.

What/Who was its inspiration?

Boredom.

What do you think its best quality is? 

It won’t be the same two nights in a row.

Why should people see it? 

It’s going to be funny, I promise!

If there is one thing you would like to say to your fans, what is it? 

Come to this show it will be the loosest show I’ve done yet.

Who or what has been the greatest influence on your career? 

Magic mushrooms.

Who makes you want to create 

The voice in my head that says I’m not good enough.

When did it become clear to you that comedy and entertainment were your passions? 

When my mum told me I wasn’t funny.

What does comedy, creation and entertainment mean to you? 

Escape from a day job.

What are 3 words that describe you? 

Serious, Lost, Dumb.

What are 3 things that  would surprise people to learn about you?

I can break dance.

How excited are you to be performing in front of a live audience again after last year’s covid shut down?

Very!

What is next for you?

A live show involving hip hop and comedy. Lots of screen writing coming up too!

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                    DAMIEN POWER – REGRET MAN

In the last couple of years Australian comedian Damien Power has collected rave reviews, award nominations and the respect of his peers. He has been nominated for the Melbourne Comedy Festival Award three times, won the Director’s Choice Award, Pinder Prize and been nominated for the Helpmann for Best Comedy Performer in 2019.

Damien’s unique take on why we do the things we do is as refreshing as it is hilarious. He is the comedian that people are raving to their friends about after the show, which is why he consistently sells out at comedy festivals around the country – what more do you want?

March 25 – April 18

COMEDYFESTIVAL.COM.AU

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