Hold onto your morning brown and notify the tiny little man living in your house, because the Aunty Donna boys are going on a nationwide tour. This is their first in three years, and will be a rare opportunity to finally see all the chaos with your own eyes.
Mark Samual Bonanno, Broden Kelly and Zachary Ruane make up the Aunty Donna trio, who, in case you have been living under a rock, are a band of meme lords, comedians and genuinely great blokes who have been killing the game since 2012.
You may have seen them on their recent Netflix show Aunty Donna’s Big Ol’ House of Fun, which was unabashed madness thrown into a pot with a splash of chaos and unhinged brilliance. If you haven’t, please do, it’s great.
Now, the boys are going on a tour. A real-life in-person tour where you can see them in person instead of through the screen. In these times something like that sounds unbelievable, but I’m just glad it’s actually happening.
The tour is called The Magical Dead Cat Tour, because did you expect anything less, and will be hitting up Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Canberra, Adelaide, and Hobart.
“When the Magical Dead Cat demanded we participate in this incredible tour of Australia, a tour showcasing brand new hilarious comedy and some fan favourite bits from our recent world-shaking Netflix series, we were initially hesitant. It seemed we would provide the bulk of the entertainment whilst the Magical Dead Cat would merely bring some coughed up fur balls!” Aunty Donna said in a press release.
‘We raised our concerns with the Magical Dead Cat and it offered to sweeten the deal by ending each show with a special surprise web-slinging guest whose name rhymes with Glider Man. Desperate to meet this special surprise guest, we immediately said yes.”
Mates, tickets are on sale right now on Aunty Donna’s website, and you better believe I’ll be fighting you for them.
Aunty Donna – The Magical Dead Cat Tour Dates
Wed 6 – Thu 7 Oct – Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane
Sat 9 – Sun 10 Oct – The Playhouse, Canberra
Tue 13 Oct – Astor Theatre, Perth
Thu 21 Oct – Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide
Wed 27 – Thu 28 Oct – Enmore Theatre, Sydney
Tue 2 – Sat 6 Nov – Arts Centre Melbourne, Playhouse
Fri 12 Nov – Theatre Royal, Hobart