Do you get more discriminated against for being gay, a foreigner, or a vegetarian?
French comedian Julien Furnace presents a one-hour stand-up in which everyone will recognise themselves: we've all had cringey one-night-stands, inappropriate thoughts on euthanasia or unexpected revelations involving Sailor Moon... right?
At the heart of the show, Julien talks about homophobia during his childhood, and shares a hilarious coming-out story.
Julien has been doing comedy for years, and has performed at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, and the Melbourne Fringe Festival in 2019. Influenced by irreverent and dark-humour comedians such as Margaret Cho and Doug Stanhope, he likes to take the ugly and make it funny — whether it's about his latest STI or current issues such as climate change.
Come check it out — or just come out.
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Dates & Times
|When||4-5 Feb | Tue, Wed 7pm|
Hare Hole (Hares and Hyenas)
63 Johnston St, FitzroyGet directions
Tram11 to stop 16 | tram 96 to stop 15
Bus200-207 to Brunswick/Johnston St
WarningsCoarse language, Reference to drug use, Suicide references