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“AUSTRALIA VOTES 2016”

The Harold Park Hotel at 8.30pm on Fri June 24, Sun Jun 26, Fri July 1 & Fri July 8

From the team behind “Australia Votes 2013” at the Sydney Fringe Festival The Year of the Abbott, The Book of Kevin and The (Un)Australian Live are back.  Just in time for you know what…

Part 1.2.3Join Timothy Hugh Govers and Sallie Don as they dissect all the most unedifying moments of the 44th parliament of Australia and examine the performances of our politicians in the 2016 election campaign.

Over the course of the night they will be joined by Australia’s two most recent former Prime Ministers (Jonas Holt and Nathan Lentern) as the two protagonists of the 2013 election explain precisely why they ought to be leading their parties instead.

There’ll also be appearances from Christopher Pyne (Lentern), an exclusive interview with a senior Donald Trump campaign strategist (Umit Bali) and a return of Brent Thorpe’s genius creation, “Deidre Flick” – self-funded retiree from Mosman.

AUSTRALIA VOTES is an irreverent and playful celebration of the eccentricities and paradoxes that dominate Australian political life. With three shows just before – and one magnificently timed for just after – the upcoming federal erection! Please be upstanding…

Nathan Lentern (often mistaken for Kevin Rudd!) is a stand-up comedian, political analyst and founding editor of The (Un)Australian online. Sallie Don is a journo, comedian and multimedia broadcaster heard regularly on the ABC.

Timothy Govers is an actor, writer, comic and broadcaster. Blacktown boy Umit Bali is a rising star of the Australian comedy scene who has toured nationally, internationally and been support act to a slew of stars. Actor, writer and comic Brent Thorpe is a proud pin-up boy for the LGBTQI arts and comedy community and channels a host of outrageous characters as well as Deidre Flick. Jonas Holt is a popular comedian and voice-artist with a swag of startlingly-real impressions at his disposal, most scary among them being Tony Abbott, as whom he’s appeared on Sunrise, Today & Australia’s Got Talent.

Australia Votes 2016 – The Political Year in Review
Each Friday from 24 June to 8 July + Sun June 26 – 8.30pm
The Harold Park Hotel, 70A Ross Street Glebe – Running time 60 minutes
Tickets: Adults $18 Concession $14 Bookings go to www.gottazip.com

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