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Titus O'Reily

04 September 2017

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Performance Details

Monday 4 September, 7:30pm
Duration:
80min
Venue:
Street 1

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Ian Batterham is an early career writer/composer and Canberra-based theatre practitioner. His second full musical theatre work, Camelia, is currently in creative development, with its first public showing at The Street, December 3.

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Titus O’Reily’s unique take on sport has been hailed by some of the most respected figures in sport as 'awful', 'childish' and 'barely comprehensible’.

Known as ‘the voice of Australia’s working class’ despite the fact he long lost touch with them and in the main, reality, Titus has somehow become the most popular satirist on sport and AFL in this country.

Once again, he leaves the house to earn some whiskey money, with a new live show the critics are already hailing as ‘desperately needing a few priority picks’, and ‘more ill-conceived than Hawthorn’s offseason strategy’.

Titus captures the trial and tribulations that come with being a sports fan, covering everything from the third man up rule to his recent discovery that the AFL has teams outside of Melbourne.

His lighting quick, clever and hilarious insights on sport and AFL has earned Titus close to 150,000 followers since he joined Twitter. Combined with more than 50,000 Facebook followers and appearances on Channel Seven’s AFL coverage and NOVA FM’s No 1 rating FM breakfast show with Chrissie Swan, Sam Pang and Brisbane legend Jonathan Brown, Titus shows regularly sell out so get in quick.

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THE STREET PRESENTS
IN ASSOCIATION WITH FRONTIER COMEDY
TITUS O'REILY
INSUFFICIENT INTENT

MONDAY 4TH SEPTEMBER, 7:30PM

TICKETS $49.90

STREET ONE | RESERVED | 80 MINUTES, NO INTERVAL

Location

15 Childers St,

City West ACT 2601

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02 6247 1223
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