Election Show Update

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POLITICAL ASYLUM THIS SUNDAY
Sun 8 Aug, 5:30pm at The Brunswick Green
313 Sydney Road Brunswick

Despite our election specials, the regularly monthly show this Sunday is actually going to be one of our biggest shows yet. Check out the lineup we've arranged for you:
Matt Elsbury (MC), Dave O'Neil, Anyone for Tennis?, Stella Young, Courteney Hocking, Scott Abbot, Ben McKenzie, Toby Halligan and Mathew Kenneally.
This is the best comedy bargain you'll get this month. Only $10/$5 at the door.
Facebook event here.

POLITICAL ASYLUM'S 2010 ELECTION EXTRAVAGANZA! - MELBOURNE SHOW
Thu 12 Aug, 7:30pm at Trades Hall
Corner of Lygon and Victoria Streets, Carlton.

Advanced sales are moving steadily for this one-night-only election special, with half the tickets already snapped up. It's no wonder, you don't see an all-star election lineup like this very often:
Rod Quantock, Damian Callinan, Catherine Deveny, Mathew Kenneally, Courteney Hocking, Ben McKenzie, Toby Halligan, Scott Abbot and, fresh from hospital, none other than K-Rudd himself!
Only $25/$18, available online or at the door if there's any left.
Facebook event here.
Book tickets here.

POLITICAL ASYLUM'S 2010 ELECTION EXTRAVAGANZA! - CANBERRA TOUR
Tue 17 - Fri 20 Aug, 7:30pm (8:30pm on Thu) at C Block Theatre
Gorman House Arts Centre, Batman St, Braddon

The word has obviously hit the watercoolers that the Diary Leaks authors are coming to town, because advance sales have been surprisingly strong. In my last update I announced the EARLYBIRD discount password ruddroll, a variable discount based on demand that started at $5 off per ticket. Well it has dropped to $4 for the Tuesday and Wednesday shows, and down to $3 for the Thursday show. With more tickets selling daily, it will drop further, soon. Lineup:
Mathew Kenneally, Aamer Rahman, Nazeem Hussain, Courteney Hocking, Toby Halligan, Jon Brooks, Scott Abbot.

Facebook event here.
Book tickets here.

P.S. One more thing for Melbourne readers: Check out this fun promo youtube clip for occasional Political Asylum performer Paul Culliver's community TV show "The Inquiry News 24". Looks good.

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