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ABC serves up Melbourne International Comedy Festival with four big specials

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Tom Gleeson (image - ABC)
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MICF is raising the curtain on a stunning line-up of world-class comedians, all for a good cause.

The Gala kicks off Festival season with a star-studded line-up of performers showing their support for Oxfam.

ABC is once again proud to partner with the MICF to deliver Australian comedy’s two biggest nights of the year – The Oxfam Gala and the Allstars Supershow. Audiences can enjoy both extravaganzas over four entertaining episodes.

• Wednesday 24 March (The Gala – part 1) at 9:30pm on ABC TV – with part 2 premiering exclusively on iview immediately following the television premiere. Part 2 will also be broadcast on Wednesday 31st March at 9:30pm on ABC TV.


• Wednesday 7 April (The Opening Night Comedy Allstars Supershow– part 1) at 9:30pm on ABC TV – with part 2 premiering exclusively on iview immediately following the television premiere. Part 2 will also be broadcast on Wednesday 14 April at 9:30pm on ABC TV.

Production credits: Broadcast produced by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation in association with the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Event produced by the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Festival Director Susan Provan. ABC Executive Producer Rachel Millar.

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  1. Bad timing for tonight’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival during school holidays when many children will still be up. I was looking forward to a fun show but turned it off after hearing F word and sexual innundoes too many times. I’m no fuddy duddy but prefer watching comedians who don’t have to use the F word so often and allude to sex to try and be funny.. I have no children at home, but thinking of some younger children I know who could be watching it. To be honest, I didn’t even think some of the comedians were even funny. I’m sure there are a lot more shows that would have been suitable for tonight. In my opinion I have seen far more funnier shows that this show – it really wasn’t funny most of the time.

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