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Live On Air with Poet Laureate Telia Neville

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September 30, 2012
1:00 pm

Catch an early show of Live On Air with Telia Neville this Sunday.

This is Beat poetics with a twist. Telia Neville – touted by the Sydney Morning Herald as ‘(o)ne of the top ten comedy stars of tomorrow’ – presents her provacative and prankish prose backed by a variety of music over the fields of death metal to pop.

Straight from Melbourne’s comedy underground to the Lithuanian Club in North Melbourne, presented as part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival. If you don’t know, now you know.

WHEN:
Sunday, 30 September, 6:45-7:30pm, all other days (28 September-5 October) from 7:45-8:30pm
WHERE: The Lithuanian Club, 44 Errol Street, North Melbourne
WEB: thatsmelbourne.com.au


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