Australia's funniest at the 2017 Melbourne International Comedy Festival

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Australia's funniest at the 2017 Melbourne International Comedy Festival

The countdown to the 2017 Melbourne International Comedy Festival is officially on. A host of Australia's biggest names and most exciting rising stars are all set to perform their brand new shows, and we've compiled the ultimate list of Australia's funniest. Tickets are selling fast – book now to avoid disappointment!

Dave Hughes – Deluded
30 March – 22 April – Athenaeum Theatre
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Wil Anderson – Critically Wil
29 March – 23 April – The Comedy Theatre & Arts Centre Melbourne
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Judith Lucy & Denise Scott – Disappointments
13 – 22 April – Arts Centre Melbourne
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Rove McManus – That's Me Talking
7 & 8 April – The Comedy Theatre
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Hannah Gadsby – Nanette
30 March – 23 April – Melbourne Town Hall
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Sam Simmons – A-K
30 March – 23 April – The Forum
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Frank Woodley – I, Woodley
30 March – 16 April – Arts Centre Melbourne
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Tommy Little – Good Talk
30 March – 23 April – The Forum
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Luke McGregor – Almost Fixed It
29 March – 9 April – The Comedy Theatre
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Tom Gleeson – Cheer Up
14 – 22 April – The Comedy Theatre
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Claire Hooper – Familiar
30 March – 23 April – Melbourne Town Hall
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Sarah Kendall – Shaken
30 March – 23 April – Melbourne Town Hall
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Susie Youssef – Behave Youssef
30 March – 23 April – Melbourne Town Hall
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Zoe Coombs Marr – Trigger Warning
18 – 23 April – Melbourne Town Hall
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Steen Raskopoulos – The Coolest Kid In Competitive Chess
30 March – 16 April – Melbourne Town Hall
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Tom Ballard – Boundless Plains To Share
22 April – The Comedy Theatre
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Dave Thornton – Onwards & Upwards
30 March – 23 April – Max Watt's
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Merrick Watts – Man of the Hour
30 March – 23 April – Swiss Club
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Tom Ballard – Problematic
30 March – 23 April – Melbourne Town Hall
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Dilruk Jayasinha – The Art Of The Dil
30 March – 23 April – Greek Centre
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Frank Woodley – Noodlenut
6 & 7 April – Arts Centre Melbourne
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Tom Walker & Bridie Connell – MotherFather
31 March – 22 April – Melbourne Town Hall
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Damien Power – Utopia: Now In 3D!
30 March – 23 April – ACMI
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Tommy Little & Gossling – Heartbreak & Hilarity
1, 2, 8 & 9 April – The Famous Spiegeltent
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Lehmo – The Family Lifeboat
3, 10 & 17 April
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Justin Hamilton – Bunta Boy
1 – 16 April – Melbourne Town Hall
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Cal Wilson – Things I've Never Said
30 March – 23 April – Swiss Club
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Mel Buttle – I Can't Believe It's Not Buttle
30 March – 23 April – Melbourne Town Hall
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Anne Edmonds – No Offence, None Taken
30 March – 23 April – Victoria Hotel
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Tom Walker – Bee Boo
30 March – 23 April – Victoria Hotel
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The Bear Pack
7 – 15 April – Melbourne Town Hall
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The 2017 Melbourne International Comedy Festival takes place from Wednesday 29 March – Sunday 23 April.