Multi award-winning South African/New Zealand comedian – and one of our favourite ring-ins – URZILA CARLSON brings her brand-new show to Australian stages around the country in 2018.
Carlson will tour STUDIES HAVE SHOWN to Canberra, Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Adelaide Lismore, Gold Coast & Caloundra from March to June.
Tickets for her Sydney and Perth shows are now on sale. Tickets for all other shows go on sale at 10am on Monday, November 27. For full ticket and tour information, visit: livenation.com.au.
A much-loved panelist on Network Ten’s Have You Been Paying Attention?, Carlson is so well-loved here, Aussies have even started referring to her as ‘Australasian’.
In her brand-new hour, Carlson wrestles with the phrase “studies have shown”. Every time you hear it you know you’re about to learn something ridiculous! Studies have shown your dog is happier than your cat! Who cares! How about they give funding to scientists to come up with a way to eradicate the unibrow, or those weird thin white hairs you occasionally find attached to your face! Let’s get some research done on what happens to your blood pressure when your kid keeps getting out of bed – when you’ve tucked them in 20 f*cking times already!
South African-born, and household name in NZ as a cast member of TV3’s hit comedy panel show 7Days, Urzila took to the stage for the first time in 2008. Since then she’s racked up an impressive array of awards including Best Female Comedian at the 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 NZ Comedy Guild Awards, as well as the coveted TV3 People’s Choice Award two years in a row at the NZ International Comedy Festival.
Urzila regularly sells out her live shows in Australia and NZ. As well as her regular seat on Have You Been Paying Attention, Carlson is regularly seen on Network Ten’s annual Melbourne International Comedy Festival Oxfam Gala and The Great Debate. She released her first book, a memoir entitled Rolling with the Punchlines, in 2017 through Allen & Unwin.
Don’t miss one of the quickest wits in the biz in 2018 – Ms Urzila Carlson.
TICKETS ON SALE NOW
The Street Theatre, Canberra Comedy Festival
Tuesday March 20
Powerhouse Theatre, Brisbane Comedy Festival
Thursday March 22
Friday March 23
Saturday March 24
Forum Theatre, Melbourne International Comedy Festival
Thursday March 29 – April 22*
Enmore Theatre, Sydney Comedy Festival
Friday April 27
Concourse, Sydney Comedy Festival
Saturday April 28
Regal Theatre, Perth Comedy Festival
Friday May 18
Saturday May 19
Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide
Saturday June 2
City Hall, Lismore
Friday June 8
The Arts Centre, Gold Coast
Saturday June 9
The Events Centre, Caloundra
Sunday June 10
*No shows Sundays