Universally-adored comedian JULIA MORRIS is stepping back onto the stage again in 2020 with a brand-new show and a national tour.
A household name thanks to an award-winning multi-faceted career as a standup, actress, TV presenter, two-time reality show winner and author, Morris will hit the road with I’m Not Even Joking in September and October next year, taking it to 9 cities and regional centres around the country.
Kicking off in Perth on September 5, Morris will then head to Perth, Adelaide, Narre Warren, Gold Coast, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Newcastle and Canberra.
In her 30th year of stand-up comedy, there is no doubting our beloved Lady Julia Morris is the Doyenne in the art of pulling one’s leg.
After two years of working like a maniac, moving States twice in 6 months and raising a family, Lady J is back in our nation’s best theatres, with her brand-new stand up show I’m Not Even Joking.
When asked to describe the show, the understated hexadic threat said, “No. No I won’t.”
From the abstract to the incredulous, Australia’s First Lady of Stand Up is in vintage form and full of unbelievably funny stories that, even in the re-telling, will have you calling out “I’m not even joking”.
When she’s not in the jungle, Morris regularly sells out her much anticipated stand up tours, collecting awards and nominations in the process. Morris, who is a two-time Silver Logie nominee, was most recently a 2019 Logie Award nominee for ‘Most Popular Presenter’ for Blind Date, I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!, and Chris & Julia’s Sunday Night Takeaway.
Tickets From Live Nation
I’m Not Even Joking – Australia 2020
Astor Theatre, Perth
Saturday September 5
Sunday September 6
Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide
Saturday September 12
Bunjil Place, Narre Warren
Saturday September 19
Hota – Home Of The Arts, Gold Coast
Thursday September 24
QPAC Concert Hall, Brisbane
Saturday September 26
Enmore Theatre, Sydney
Friday October 2
Comedy Theatre, Melbourne
Friday October 9
Saturday October 10
Civic Theatre, Newcastle
Friday October 16
Canberra Theatre, Canberra
Saturday October 24