Carl Barron - Drinking with a Fork

Saturday 24 March 2018, 8pm
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After making over 300,000 Australians laugh on his last tour, Carl returns at his brilliant best with his brand-new show! 

Fresh off the back of a US tour and an appearance at the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal, don’t miss Australia’s most popular comedian and the opportunity to see one of our country’s great comedic minds at work as he presents an evening of stand up with a bit of guitar. 

Be there for a night where Carl blends structure with chance, or as he likes to call it – drinking with a fork. 

“The skinny balding master of observational humour...” The Sun Herald Sydney 

Please note that minimum age admitted is 15 years. Strictly no babies permitted in the theatre – a stipulation by A-List Entertainment – patrons with babies will not be permitted entry. Thank you for your understanding.

Ticketing Information
Before you begin an online transaction, please become familiar with our On-Line Ticketing Policy

This is a Hirer/Promoter show and the ticket prices are set by the Hirer/Promoter.

Concession rate applies to Pension or Health Care card holders (does not apply to Senior Card holders).

Only 2018 Season Subscribers are eligible for the Subscriber rate.
Please use your Subscriber code word when prompted for the Promotional Code.

Youth rates apply for those aged 12 months to 21 years and full time Student Card holders.

Contact DRTCC Box Office: 
(02) 6801 4378 or
Box Office Opening Hours: 
9.30am - 4.30pm Monday - Friday and 1 hour prior to the show.
Telephone bookings are not available one hour prior to the show.
Please note a $2.95 telephone booking fee applies to all phone transactions

Age Restrictions: Please be advised this event is strictly for ages 15+.

Performance Duration: 85 minutes (no interval)

Subscriber $54.90
Adult $59.90
Concession $54.90
Youth 15+ $54.90
Group 8+ $54.90

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