Since winning the prestigious national Raw Comedy Competition in 2010, Luke Heggie has gone on to perform at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and on national television, and sold out runs of shows at the Melbourne and Sydney Comedy Festivals. Heggie will be performing his festival show, “Master of None”, as part of the next Comedy Club at The Civic Pub on Wednesday 1 August.
Luke Heggie has had a lot of jobs; most of them bad. He’s never stuck at any of them long enough to get promoted. Go and see his debut solo show. It’s funny.
“Last time I performed in Canberra was only a 10 minute slot at The Civic Pub as part of the sell-out Must See Comedy shows, along with some great acts like Bob Franklin and Nelson Twins, for which I performed mostly deadpan one-liners. I’m looking forward to performing at The Civic Pub again, this time bringing my full festival show which is more story-based”, says Heggie. “It’s also great that The Stevenson Experience are hosting the evening, as they are a great act and great guys”.
“Sharp, sardonic, and understated.” Sydney Morning Herald
The show will be hosted by The Stevenson Experience, with supporting sets from stalwart Emo Parsonson, and Matt Bulman, who is a fresh face on the local scene that has been wowing audiences at open mic nights around Canberra.
Tickets $12 pre-booked online or $15 at the door. Available from www.comedyact.com.au or else take a chance on still being able to get them at the door on the night.
Wednesday 1 August. Upstairs at Civic Pub, 8 Lonsdale Street, Braddon. Doors 7:30pm for 8:00pm show start.