Buy Tickets to Electile Dysfunction

Ever gotten drunk, gone home with someone, and then been embarrassed when you can’t perform? 2010 was the year Australia went to bed with Kevin, woke up with Julia and found Tony Abbott hiding in the closet. The Parliament is hung, Labor’s making Rob Oakeshott look decisive, and the Liberals are nuttier than a box of chocolates.

Australian politics has never been so flaccid and it’ll take more than nasal spray to fix it. Toby Halligan has the hilarious solutions to help Australia deal with its disappointment. Toby doesn’t know how to stop climate change, beat the Taliban or keep footballers from behaving like footballers, but he’ll make you laugh at the idiots who think they can.

He’s been published on thepunch.com.au, in mX and is co-author of diaryleaks.com.au. He is a member of the Political Asylum comedy group and has appeared on With Tim Ferguson.

You can book tickets to the show through Trybooking here:

http://www.trybooking.com/8045

 

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About Toby Halligan

Toby is a stand up comedian, improviser and writer. He started writing comedy at school for the Radford College Annual Fashion Revue and his career has never enjoyed quite the same heights since. He moved to Melbourne from Canberra in 2009 to pursue stand up comedy and has never looked back, lest he be turned into a pillar of salt. His day job is writing and occasionally producing for Channel 10's The Project, and he's written for SBS's Legally Brown, Mamamia, the Punch, the Monthly, the Age, mX and the Sydney Morning Herald. He co-writes Diary Leaks with Mathew Kenneally and runs a monthly political comedy room called Political Asylum with Gerard McCulloch and Simon Barber.
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