Umit Bali: Coming To Australia

Stand up comedy with Umit Bali

CENTURY ENTERTAINMENT presents

Coming to Australia is the story of a teenage Fijian-Indian boy’s journey through the cultural swamp of bureaucracy to the promised land of permanent residency. A collection of oddball characters & anecdotes told through the eyes of this fish-out-of-water.

Umit Bali is one of Sydney’s most exhilarating new comedians. He has supported international comedians Lee Camp (USA), Tony Woods (USA), Glenn Wool (CAN), Al Pitcher (UK) and Jon Dore (USA).

 

Experience Umit Bali, up-close-and-personal before he starts selling out stadiums.

“I saw Umit Bali the other night and was blown away. Equal parts edgy and silly, but both hilarious. Catch him while you can still afford it.” Wil Anderson

“Umit Bali provides fast-paced life-as-an-immigrant humour, contrasting growing up as a Fijian-Indian with his current suburban Sydney domicile, and how he’s coped with always being some sort of outsider. He’s a very appealing young comedian…” Gagging For It

 

Catch Umit at the 2012 Melbourne International & the Sydney Comedy Festivals.

MELBOURNE:

TOWN HALL

April 12-22 (no Monday)

6pm (5pm Sundays)

SYDNEY:

THE FACTORY THEATRE, MARRICKVILLE Wednesday, May 9, 6pm

Bookings: www.comedyfestival.com.au

 

 

Management: Century Entertainment (o2) 9519 9231

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