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Hannah Gadsby Announces Tour for New Show ‘Body of Work’

Comedian Hannah Gadsby has announced she’ll return to Australian stages from July, touring a brand-new show titled Body of Work.

Though details are relatively scant on what the show will entail, it will follow a whirlwind couple of years for Gadsby, who became a worldwide sensation after her 2018 Netflix special Nanette, winning both an Emmy and a Peabody Award as a result.

The following year, she toured the globe with follow-up show Douglas, it arriving as a Netflix special early last year. 2020 saw the comedian Gadsby bunkering down here in Australia as the pandemic raged, and its from this period of time that Body of Work emerged.

Gadsby has already announced a slew of dates across the country, plus New Zealand, with performances booked in Canberra, Hobart, Perth, Melbourne and Brisbane along with many regional stops. Though Sydney dates have not yet been announced, Gadsby has told fans to stay tuned for some “extra special news” regarding shows there.

See dates for Gadsby’s Body of Work tour below. Pre-sale tickets are available from this Wednesday, 12th May, with general public on sale from 9am this Friday, 14th May.

Hannah Gadsby’s ‘Body of Work’ Australian tour 2021

Friday, 23rd July

Canberra Theatre Centre, Canberra

Tickets: Official website

Saturday, 24th July

Canberra Theatre Centre, Canberra

Tickets: Official website

Monday, 26th July

Albury Entertainment Centre, Albury

Tickets: Official website

Thursday, 29th July

Newcastle Civic Theatre, Newcastle

Tickets: Official website

Thursday, 5th August

Theatre Royal, Hobart

Tickets: Official website

Friday, 6th August

Theatre Royal, Hobart

Tickets: Official website

Saturday, 7th August

Theatre Royal, Hobart

Tickets: Official website

Sunday, 15th August

Princess Theatre, Launceston

Tickets: Official website

Monday, 16th August

Princess Theatre, Launceston

Tickets: Official website

Sunday, 22nd August

Darwin Entertainment Centre, Darwin

Tickets: Official website

Friday, 27th August

Ulumbarra Theatre, Bendigo

Tickets: Official website

Wednesday, 1st September

Albany Entertainment Centre, Albany

Tickets: Official website

Friday, 3rd September

Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre, Bunbury

Tickets: Official website

Saturday, 4th September

Mandurah Performing Arts Centre, Mandurah

Tickets: Official website

Friday, 10th September

Regal Theatre, Perth

Tickets: Official website

Saturday, 11th September

Regal Theatre, Perth

Tickets: Official website

Tuesday, 26th October

Comedy Theatre, Melbourne

Tickets: Official website

Wednesday, 27th October

Comedy Theatre, Melbourne

Tickets: Official website

Thursday, 28th October

Comedy Theatre, Melbourne

Tickets: Official website

Friday, 29th October

Comedy Theatre, Melbourne

Tickets: Official website

Saturday, 30th October

Comedy Theatre, Melbourne

Tickets: Official website

Sunday, 31st October

Comedy Theatre, Melbourne

Tickets: Official website

Friday, 26th November

QPAC, Brisbane

Tickets: Official website

Saturday, 27th November

QPAC, Brisbane

Tickets: Official website

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