The Melbourne International Comedy Festival lineup for 2022 has been released and Christian Hull is among the big names returning for the event. 

The comedian had a sell-out debut run at the MICF last year, before he then took his ‘What A Mess’ tour on the road around Australia.

Now his flagrantly frank, frighteningly honest, and disarmingly hilarious stand-up show is making its exciting return to MICF this year (see the full list of dates below).

Whether you know him for his wildly popular alter-ego Trish or his iconic folding t-shirts viral video or his hilarious YouTube clips (or maybe even for his new NSWF board game), a night with Hull is one you won’t forget.

After building up a huge virtual audience from documenting his mess of a life all over social media, these tour dates are the perfect chance for fans to get up close and personal with Hull. His hilarious characters, parenting parodies, paint guessing and, yes, T-shirt folding escapades captivated an ever-expanding army of almost three million online followers for a reason.

With a career trajectory taking him straight into the comedy and media stratosphere, this is one not to be missed – book early and be left with no regrets. You can check out the full list of dates and times below, with tickets on sale now.

And don’t worry if you can’t make it to Melbourne – Hull will also be performing at both the Sydney and Perth Comedy Festivals after MICF in May.

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Christian Hull Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2022:


Thursday, March 31st, Friday April 1st, Saturday April 2nd

Comic’s Lounge, Melbourne


Wednesday, April 6th

Gateway Hotel, Corio


Thursday, April 7th

Commercial Hotel, Sth Morang


Friday, April 8th

Chelsea Heights Hotel, Melbourne


Saturday, April 9th 

Shoppingtown Hotel, Doncaster


Sunday, April 10th 

York on Lilydale, Mt Evelyn


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