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Julz Hay proudly presents

Michael Chamberlin I Think I Might Like To Be A Dictator

Julz Hay proudly presents

Michael Chamberlin I Think I Might Like To Be A Dictator

Winner Piece of Wood Award 2002 Melbourne International Comedy Festival

Nominee Comedy Award 2017 FRINGE WORLD

The entire world is a mess. Politicians can't seem to do politics, billionaires are using the poor as their very own toilet paper, oh...and let's not forget the world is melting! At this stage, the polar bears are more likely to save us than we are to save them. 

Comedy!!!!

'Seamless, ★★★★' Herald Sun

'★★★★' Adelaide Advertiser

'You enter his world with confidence that what he sees is worth sharing.' Herald Sun

'Carefully crafted stories and high-energy delivery.' Beat Magazine

'Applauding at its hilarity.' Crikey

'He summons applause and much laughter.' Beat Magazine

'A keen showman, someone who has spent years honing his stand up and getting in the best lines.' Time Out

16+
Suitable for audiences 16+
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