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Sydney Comedy Festival

Effie in Hello Good Thanks – Better Out Than In

Where
The Concourse
The Concourse
409 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood NSW 2067
When

Saturday 24 April from 7pm to 8pm

Cost

Adult: $45Concession: $40.40

The one and only heiress of hilarity is back on the road and coming to Sydney!

During the apocalypse of 2020, Acropolistic Goddess Effie Stephanidis (the alter-ego of comedy legend Mary Coustas) has been all mask and no filter. Now the mask is finally off for 2021, and you can breathe easier knowing that the one and only heiress of hilarity is back on the road and coming to the Concourse Theatre in Sydney!

In her new show Hello Good Thanks – Better Out Than In, Effie shares her experience of her year of pandemonium: from loo paper and lockdowns to jabs and JobKeeper, it’s got it all. 

The truth is 2020 brought out the good, the bad, and the ugly in all of us. Now it’s time to get out and have a laugh. You’ve earned it. "The truth is 2020 brought out the good, bad, and the ugly in all of us. But we can no longer marinate in our own mask filled halitosis. No, it’s time to get out and have a major laugh and a half. It’s the least we can do. Come and see my hilarious new - nothing is off-limits - stage show, ‘Better Out, Than In.’ And let me, Effie, lift youse up where youse belong"

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