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An Evening with David Sedaris

Auckland

Town Hall

Jan 31, 2025

7pm

$49.50 - $99.50

Canberra

Theatre Centre

Feb 1, 2025

7:30pm

$49.50 - $99.50

Perth

Regal Theatre

Feb 2, 2025

7pm

$49.50 - $99.50

Adelaide

Norwood Concert Hall

Feb 4, 2025

7pm

$49.50 - $99.50

Melbourne

Arts Centre Melbourne - Hamer Hall

Feb 6, 2025 to Feb 7, 2025

7:30pm

$49.50 - $99.50

Newcastle

City Hall

Feb 8, 2025

7pm

$49.50 - $99.50

Sydney

Opera House

Feb 10, 2025

7pm

$49.50 - $99.50

Sydney

Opera House

Feb 11, 2025

7pm

$49.50 - $99.50

Brisbane

Powerhouse

Feb 13, 2025

7pm

$49.50 - $99.50

Brisbane

Powerhouse

Feb 14, 2025

7pm

$49.50 - $99.50

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The critically acclaimed author, humourist and master of satire returns to Australia and New Zealand in 2025. Join David Sedaris for an evening filled with storytelling, observations, unpublished tales, audience Q&As and book signings.

Sedaris is the bestselling author of the books Happy-Go-Lucky, Calypso, Theft By Finding, Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls, Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk, When You Are Engulfed in Flames, Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim, Me Talk Pretty One Day, Holidays on Ice, Naked, and Barrel Fever. He is a regular contributor to The New Yorker, BBC Radio 4 and podcast, This American Life.

A savant of razor-sharp and sardonic wit, this is a rare opportunity to spend an evening with one of the world’s pre-eminent humour writers.

The tour kicks off in Auckland on 31 January before commencing the Australian leg in Canberra on 1 February and then travelling to Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Newcastle, Sydney and Brisbane.

Don’t miss An Evening with David Sedaris, presented by Token Events & Show and Tell.


“To see Sedaris live is pure joy. To watch this bookish, culotte-evangelising man read his life’s work on stage is word-nerd heaven, best topped off by spending three minutes with his full attention at the book-signing table after a show.” The Saturday Paper

“The happy-go-unlucky Sedaris is forever being frustrated, humiliated or downright annihilated, and the mishaps he chronicles probably explain why readers feel so fondly protective towards him.” The Guardian UK