'I’m no hero, but that’s exactly what a hero would say.' Gabe Hogan
Gabe Hogan is taking time to appreciate all our heroes, well-known, unsung and accidental. Once an evil mastermind tried to poison a whole town by putting Valium in the water supply. He failed. If anything, everyone got a better night's sleep.
Hoges looks at everyday heroes, from the middle-aged woman who changes you out of your soiled clothes when you pass out in Phuket to those who changed the game on a global scale like Edmund Hillary, Amelia Earhart and the K-pop Gangnam Style sensation, Psy.
We can all be heroes in our own way – someone once used a plastic bag as a floating device and the subsequent warning labels have saved many, many lives.
Hoges, breakfast presenter on JOY 94.9, has been a hot new up-and-coming comedian for the last six years and will be for many more to come. Quite frankly, she can’t keep this up for much longer. Come see her before the heroic breakdown.
From the sold-out Melbourne Fringe show, Making Life a Double and Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s Pretty Witty and Gabe.
'She’s a witty, effervescent presence.' Chortle (UK)
'Great jokes to keep the audience laughing throughout.' Squirrel Comedy
'Perhaps the funniest show ever made about fictional hilarity in a Nazi P.O.W. prison.' IMDb on the American sitcom, Hogan’s Heroes.*
*This show is in no way affiliated with Hogan’s Heroes.
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