Comedy, Theatre, Spoken Word & Storytelling

Racist Immigrants

MULTIPLE, AUSTRALIA

Tickets $18 - $24

Tue 20 - Sat 24 Sep | 50 minutes The Barracks - Comedy Club
SHOW IS RATED: PG
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An hour of unabashed comedy that will leave you crying with laughter and questioning everything you know about immigrants and cultures as it attempts to break all stereotypes.

A multicultural comedy event involving award winning artists from diverse cultural backgrounds. The show is a funny take on journeys and observations of immigrants from different countries.

It’s an hour of unabashed comedy that will leave you crying with laughter and questioning everything you know about immigrants and cultures as it attempts to break the stereotypes that have been around forever.

The artists are all top comedians from their respective states who have all made it to the RAW comedy competition state finals, also including the RAW Nationals Winner 2022, Delhi Buoy.

Show details

Show details
  • 50 minutes
  • Venue 1: The Barracks - Comedy Club
Performance notes
  • Sydney Premiere
  • Performance accessibility:
    Tuesday 20 Sep
  • Performance accessibility:
    Wednesday 21 Sep
  • Performance accessibility:
    Thursday 22 Sep
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Venue details & accessibility
The Barracks - Comedy Club

5-7 Barrack Street, Sydney
Telephone: 402361241

Accessibility

Approach:
Very limited street parking. The entry has 2x steps but ramp is available. To access the Comedy club in the basement, there is an elevator. entrance from backstage area next to the stage. Accessible bathroom on main entrance level. No accessible signage.

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    Reviews

    “If you’re curious about tasting some raw, Adelaide stand up, Boats and Bogans makes for a good appetizer but don’t forget the pappadam.” Steve Davis, The Adelaide

    "This show is what Fringe Festivals are for. Go have some fun pushing the boundaries of raw comedy and check it out." Michael Genrich, Weekend Notes (Adelaide)

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    • Multicultural Comedy