Every dead body on Mt. Everest was once a very motivated person'.
Angus Brown returns to Melbourne International Comedy Festival with his unique brand of stand-up and storytelling.
And this time he's going big. 29,000 feet big.
At the freezing cold base of Mount Everest in Nepal, 40-year-old used car salesman Albert Bentwater readies himself to attempt one of the most brutal physical feats of endurance and skill know to humankind ' the summit of Mt. Everest.
On a warm safe stage in Melbourne, comedian Angus Brown makes fun of things.
How far would you go to achieve a goal? How much would you sacrifice to follow a dream? Does UberEats deliver to the deathzone?
In a show that is part stand-up, part stage show and all hilarious, Angus attempts to do the the impossible ' to summit Mt. Everest (and try to understand why anyone would want to) live on stage.
'Think Monty Python, if they had Billy Connolly's observational skills, being fired through a machine gun. ''''' ArtsHub
9 - 21 April (no Mondays)
6pm (5pm on Sundays)
at Mantra on Russell
222 Russell Street, Melbourne