#JudithLucy has a new boyfriend and she's learnt a few things. Performing at The Big Three-Oh!, recorded at the Regent Theatre, 1 April 2016.
Filmed as part of a six-part series made exclusively for The Comedy Channel. Over the last 30 years the Melbourne International Comedy Festival has played host to thousands of local and international performers and entertained millions of people to become one of the most highly-acclaimed comedy festivals in the world. A massive line-up of comedy superstars past, present and future have come together to deliver a once in a lifetime comedy event.
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About the Festival: Established in 1987, Melbourne International Comedy Festival (#MICF) is one of the three largest comedy festivals in the world, alongside Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Montreal's Just for Laughs Festival.
Over the last week of March and into April every year, #MICF transforms Melbourne into the comedy capital of the world, as local and international comedians take to theatres, pubs, clubs and broom cupboards citywide - shining a spotlight on the silly, the serious, the heart-breaking and the hilarious.
Filming hours of comedy content every Festival, this channel delivers some of the highlights over the years. Delve into the archive of comedy with international stars (such as: Katherine Ryan, Michael Che, Sara Pascoe, James Veitch) and home-grown #aussiecomedy heroes (including: Hannah Gadsby, Josh Thomas, Aunty Donna, Ronny Chieng) and so many more! To find out what’s happening in Australian comedy, head to our website: www.comedyfestival.com.au