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Tom Witcombe - White Collar/Dark Jokes

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Tom Witcombe - White Collar/Dark Jokes

8:00pm, Wed 27 March, 2024 - 8:00pm, Sat 6 April, 2024
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Live at the 2024 Melbourne International Comedy Festival 

If dark's your thing, this is your guy

Three years ago, Tom Witcombe entered the RAW Comedy Competition and kickstarted a comedy career after making the finals in front of over a thousand people at Melbourne Town Hall.

Since then, he's had the privilege of being featured at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Sydney Comedy Festival, and Adelaide Fringe Festival. I've toured with Dan Muggleton, Frenchy and Amos Gill.

That success led to joining The Flog Cabin Podcast, alongside Dan Muggleton and Andrew Hamilton, who combined have over two hundred thousand followers and tens of millions of views across all social media platforms. Before launching a full-length comedy special 'Ignorant,' which was filmed at the 2022 Sydney Comedy Festival.

Now it’s time to return to where it all began with an original new show: White Collar/Dark Jokes.

Hosted from 27th March - 6th April in Bard’s Apothecary from 8pm each evening (except for Sundays).This is a stand-up comedy hour packed full of razor sharp jokes and devastating punchlines from a comedian who doesn't believe in too soon or too far.

Less than forty tickets remain for each evening!

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Tom Witcombe

Tom Witcombe has performed at Melbourne Town Hall, Edinburgh Fringe and comedy clubs in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and London; has generated millions of views (and hundreds of angry comments) across social media platforms; has opened for the likes of Amos Gill, Daniel Muggleton and Frenchy; has an independently produced YouTube special with over 80k views.

"Reprehensible bastard with great jokes. Real funny. Get in" Luke Heggie

'Confident, articulate, and very funny...a comedian on the rise' ★★★★  See Do Eat

'Tom Witcombe started strongly before losing the crowd with an unnecessary jibe at women’s athletics.' The Age