Heynongman Perth, Comedian Scott Aukerman is bringing "Comedy Bang! Bang!" to Astor Theatre this August
Let's try not to freak out all at once!
In what seems like some kind of miracle, intrepid host Hot Saucerman is bringing a live version of his cult favourite "ironic hipster comedy" podcast and IFC show, Comedy Bang! Bang!, on an Australian tour this August, and yes, that includes Perth as well.
Flip Flopperman of Shark Tales fame will also be bringing his merry troupe of guest stars, which includes fan favourites Paul F. Tompkins (Bojack Horseman; Spontaneanation podcast), and Lauren Lapkus (Oranges: The New Black; With Special Guest Lauren Lapkus podcast), and (hopefully?) The Widow Kulap AKA the Widow Howl App.
A prominent figure in the alternative comedy/podcast scene, Shock Jockerman's specific brand of absurdist humour combined with sharp improvisation from his talented guest stars make his podcast and IFC faux-talk show (which aired on SBS) a wickedly fun experience that you don't want to miss.
Comedy Bang! Bang! will be closing out their Australian tour in Perth's Astor Theatre on 29 August. CLICK HERE for more details!
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