Celeste Barber 2022 Australia Tour

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Australian comedy queen Celeste Barber is coming out of her cage, and she’s doing just ‘Fine, Thanks’.

Celeste is bored of being stuck at home, and she’s ready to hit the road again in a brand-new 2022 Australian tour, called ‘Fine, Thanks’, hitting Newcastle, Wollongong, Tweed Heads, Canberra, Perth, Adelaide, Geelong, Melbourne, Hobart, Brisbane and Sydney.

“I’ve been stuck inside staring at a wall for the best part of two years, so trust me when I say I’m ready to pack a suitcase, reacquaint myself with what the inside of a plane looks like and get back on stage,” Celeste says.

“Everyone in my house is sick to death of listening to me bang on so it’s time to find some new ears to chew off. Plus mama’s got bills to pay.”

Audiences can expect material from Celeste covering celebrity sex toys, why hot girls can’t dance, and an invitation to attend Coachella. . . Only for it to later be cancelled.

There’s plenty to talk about and Celeste will have no trouble doing so – she’s already completed two sold-out world tours and carved her own niche on social media, amassing 8.5 million Instagram followers and 3.5 million on Facebook. Her #celestechallengeaccepted posts continue to parody to gloss and glitter of celebrities and influencers, and have even received praise from some of the original posters.

Her Instagram challenge morphed into a one-woman show in Sydney in 2017, and she’s recently released her latest kids book, ‘Flamingo Celeste Is Not Like The Rest’, a follow-up to ‘Celeste The Giraffe Loves To Laugh’.

Get your Celeste fix.

Tickets go on sale 25 October at 12pm local time.

Celeste Barber 2022 Australia Tour Dates

12 May – Civic Theatre (Newcastle)
13 May – Anita’s Theatre (Wollongong)
14 May – The Showroom At Twin Towns (Tweed Heads)
15 May – Llewelyn Hall (Canberra)
24 May – Riverside Theatre (Perth)
25 May – Adelaide Entertainment Centre
27 May – Costa Hall (Geelong)
28 May – Arts Centre Melbourne
29 May – MyState Bank Arena (Hobart)
1 June – Queensland Performing Arts Centre
2 June – State Theatre (Sydney)



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