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None Taken

What’s the central premise of your show? My show is mostly about travel, it delves into the time I almost got abducted in Cuba and I use that story to intertwine other personal stories that are equally dark or funny. The basis of the show is primarily how travelling is supposed to be a wonderful thing that consumes your Instagram feed, but on my trip, I had a bizarre and scary experience that left me quite shaken.

Who/what are your biggest influences? I love Daniel Sloss and Iliza Shlesinger. I recently watched Iliza’s special Confirmed Kills on Netflix, I thought it was great. Sloss as well has two specials coming out, which I’m excited for, but some Australian comedians that I love are Rhys Nicolson, Becky Lucas, Ronnie Chieng, Jim Jeffries – the list is endless – but who cares about them, come see my show.

What do you love about performing? I love that I can joke about subject matters that are normally deemed inappropriate in real life – onstage you can unpack it a little more while finding the comedy in it. Also the free drinks are good too.

What’s a fun fact about your show? I promise Cardi B music at some point in the show.

Where do you plan to take your show after Melbourne Fringe? Melbourne Comedy Festival. I also hope to take it to a few other festivals around Australia and New Zealand, Nan’s basement, you know the usual.

None Taken plays from Monday September 24 until Sunday September 30 (excluding Saturday) at Belleville. Tickets are $18/$16 conc.