After undergoing a mammoth 23-date, tri-state tour around Australia, and selling out festival shows in Adelaide and Brisbane, Christian Hull is hitting the Sydney Comedy Festival in May.

The comedian took his ‘What A Mess’ on the road this year after its initial sell-out debut run at the 2021 Melbourne International Comedy Festival. However you know him, whether it be 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.

It just didn’t seem fair that only Melbourne’s Comedy Festival got to see him in the flesh, which is why Hull is taking his flagrantly frank, frighteningly honest, and disarmingly hilarious stand-up show to the Sydney and Perth versions next May (see below).

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.

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Christian Hull ‘What A Mess’ tour:

Thursday, May 5th, Friday, May 6th & Saturday, May 7th

Factory Theatre, Marrickville (Sydney), NSW

7pm (Thursday, Friday), 9pm (Saturday)


Friday, May 13th

Astor Theatre, Mt Lawley (Perth), WA



Check out the time Christian Hull went axe throwing and almost died:

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