Osher Günsberg Night Time News Network National News @ Newcastle Comedy Festival - Completed
at The Gal
Saturday, 3 June 2023 from 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM (AUS Eastern Standard Time) + Add to calendar03/06/2023 17:3003/06/2023 18:30Australia/SydneyOsher Günsberg Night Time News Network National News @ Newcastle Comedy FestivalOsher Günsberg Night Time News Network National News @ Newcastle Comedy Festival Saturday, 3 June 2023 from 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM (AUS Eastern Standard Time) Organiser NEWCASTLE COMEDY FESTIVAL 0402725993 firstname.lastname@example.org Address The Gal 3/5 Beaumont Street Hamilton NSW 2303 Australia Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/0wki1The Gal
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NTNNNNN with Osher Günsberg: Real Stories, Fake News.
Starring Clare Cavanagh, Alex Reynolds, Orya Golgowsky, Josh Magee, Jeeves Verma, John Glover, Hayden Wright and Kate Coates
(plus special guests - Dannii Minogue showed up on stage one night, so you never know...)
One of Australia’s most recognised TV presenters - podcaster, activist and secret news nerd, Osher Günsberg (as seen on The Bachelors and The Masked Singer) kicks off in 2023 with his very own LIVE satirical news show.
A razor-sharp one-hour satirical news show, whilst the stories are real, the news is made up. Given the 24-hour news cycle means that no two shows are ever the same, one thing will always stay true: sometimes, laughing while the world burns is an appropriate response.
Osher is joined on stage by a stunning cast of Australia’s best improvisers, including the occasional special guest reporter brave enough to moonlight on their actual network TV contracts.
"NTNNNNN is a buck wild hilarious news roller coaster" - Matty J
"a combo I never saw coming - daily news and an ab workout from the LOLs. 5 stars. going again next week!!" - Scott Tweedie
"I'm suing him for stealing our show name" - Craig Reucassel
“this is a thoroughly enjoyable comedy show that could be ripped (but for liability reasons is not) straight from the headlines.” The Age