Greg Larsen – This Might Not Be Hell

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2020 Moosehead Award Recipient
Winner – Best Sketch Comedy Writing, AWGIE Awards 2017
Winner – Directors’ Choice, Melbourne Comedy Festival 2016
Winner – Golden Gibbo, Melbourne Comedy Festival 2014

This Might Not Be Hell is a one-man play about life on the dole. Set in 2004 and based on true events, this semi-autobiographical story covers the boredom, depression, financial struggles and the near-constant diarrhoea of living day to day as an unemployed person during the Howard years.

Based in the town of Pauline Hanson’s fish and chip shop, This Might Not Be Hell is an honest look at what it’s like to be dirt poor in Australia and how the welfare system wears you down until you just wish you were dead. It’ll be a laugh riot!!!

Greg is one third of comedy podcast The Grub with Anne Edmonds and Ben Russell. He’s been seen on ABC’s Tonightly, Get Krack!n and Fancy Boy.

“Greg is actually the funniest and you don’t even realise!!? He’s my favourite comedian.” Anne Edmonds

 “Unashamed, unapologetic, and likely some form of deranged genius.” Pedestrian.tv, 2019  

 

Show dates

March 6, 2020 to March 8, 2020

8.30pm (Sunday 7.30pm)

Brisbane Comedy Festival

Brisbane Powerhouse – Turbine Studio

$27 – $29

March 26, 2020 to April 19, 2020

8.15pm (Sundays 7.15pm)

Melbourne Comedy Festival

The Malthouse – Bagging Room

$25 – $29