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Tue-Sun 8.30pm
60 minutes

VENUE

Highlander Bar

Highlander Bar

11a Highlander Lane, Melbourne

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Satan's Finest

Jackson Voorhaar & Mitch Alexander So Brutal

After putting “fear into the souls of delicate punters” (Squirrel Comedy), Satan’s Finest are back with a brand new hour of stand-up comedy.

Join Jackson and Mitch as they take turns endeavouring to discover what brutality is, what about heavy metal is brutal (if anything) and why men with such frankly gorgeous hair are qualified to answer these questions at all.

Jackson has been described as "the bastard offspring of Eddie Izzard and Noel Fielding” (ThreeWeeks, UK). He has performed stand-up all over the world including London, Edinburgh and New York. He has also been described as "Lanky and oddly bendy, Voorhaar is self-deprecating with spot-on comedic timing" (The Pun, 2012 Melbourne Comedy Festival). Come and see him joke, lank and bend live in the flesh! 

Mitch is a 24-year-old left-wing, vegetarian, atheist, heavy metal vocalist with a degree in philosophy who hates labels. When he isn’t being politely ignored at dinner parties he’s usually being politely ignored on comedy stages across Australia.


http://www.facebook.com/JacksonVoorhaar
http://www.jacksonvoorhaar.com

Reviews

a brilliant pairing... putting fear into the souls of delicate punters
Squirrel Comedy
13th Apr 2013

Jackson: the bastard offspring of Eddie Izzard and Noel Fielding
Three Weeks (Edinburgh 2011)

Jackson: a genuinely charming and self-deprecating performance
The Skinny (Edinburgh 2011)

Jackson: Lanky and oddly bendy, Voorhaar is self-deprecating with spot-on comedic timing.
The Pun (MICF 2012)

Mitch: a charming performer who commands the stage with confidence.
Squirrel Comedy
13th Apr 2012

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