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Sydney Comedy Festival

Bev Killick: Don't Tell Tony

Where
Enmore Theatre
Enmore Theatre
118-132 Enmore Road, Newtown NSW 2042
When

Saturday 8 May from 9:30pm to 10:30pm Sunday 9 May from 8:30pm to 9:30pm

Cost

Adult: $30.00Concession: $28.00

There’s only so much your husband needs to know.” 

After 20 years of being with the same bloke and in her early 50s, Bev shows no signs of stopping her galavanting and naughty ways. Bev is a self imposed Crummy Mummy and Kidult always with a crazy story to tell, and Tony’s heard them all. Or has he?

Covid-safe information

When on tour, the health and safety of staff and public attending our performances is the number one priority. A-List Entertainment is closely monitoring the evolving coronavirus situation to ensure we operate in line with government guidelines and the National Covid-19 Safe Workplace Principles.

These plans will be continually reviewed and updated as we progress through the easing of Covid restrictions and we will ensure that all performance venues have an updated plan in place to complement this policy.

A-List Entertainment will work closely with each venue to ensure that all procedures and strategies are in place to ensure a safe Environment during the pandemic.

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