The comedian will now perform four shows in Geelong this May and June.
Hailed as one of Australia’s most popular comedians, Carl Barron will be bringing his Skating Rink for Flies show to Geelong this May and June, adding two final performances to his run of local shows.
The comedian will now take to Costa Hall on Friday, June 2 and Saturday, June 3 at 8pm, following two previously announced back-to-back nights on Tuesday 30 May and Wednesday 31 May at 8pm.
With all performances close to selling out, you can get your tickets here.
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His newest show sees the comedian (voted number one two years running), ponder things we all think about but never mention.
The show was spawned from when Carl was a small boy at school, he asked the teacher how ants feel. He never got an answer all those years ago, but he still wants to know. You’ll hear musing from the comedian about things like plastic bags, peanut butter and the possible emotions of an ant. There is no point to this show other than to make you laugh as much as possible.
Funny stories from a bloke with a funny head. What more could you ask for? (Bit of wee guarantee)
Tickets for all shows are on sale now here.