Posted by The Events Editorial Team
03. Apr, 2012
|April 9, 2012|
Local funny chaps Martin Dunlop and Michael Teychenne take a comic look at the legends and iconic moments that shaped our hallowed nation. They’re billing themselves as the Burke and Wills of comedy, but with a packed lunch.
They’re also playing at one of the most interesting venues of the fest, the multi-purpose Owl & Pussycat that’s part gallery, theatre and bar.
WHEN: Mon 9 April @ 7.30pm, and through to April 20
WHERE: The Owl and the Pussycat, 34 Swan St Richmond
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