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September 9, 2012
12:00 am

It’s a night of comedy! Conscience! And a Led Zeppelin cover band! It’s Comedy Bites Dog, as Bev Killick MCs a night of comedy in support of The Black Dog Institute, and its work promoting awareness of mood disorders in rural and metropolitan communities.

Come for the slew of comedians who have lined up to take a bite out of the infamous Black Dog—Dave Callan and Puppetry of the Penis, Monte Diamonte and The Four Chairs—and stay for music by Shed Zeppelin and all the fundraising staples you could dream of (think raffles! Think auctions!).

Take that, Black Dog. You’ll wish Churchill never even made you into such a famous metaphor.

WHEN: Sunday 9 September, 7pm (doors open 6pm)
WHERE: The Order of Melbourne, Level 2/401 Swanston Street
WEB: epodcentral.com.au/comedybitesdog


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