Satirist, provocateur and musical genius Tim Minchin makes his Darwin debut.
The world needs a good laugh, and who better to deliver it than someone with not only wit and charisma, but unbelievable musical talent to boot!
One of the world’s most popular Aussie live acts, comic virtuoso Tim Minchin has been selling out award-winning gigs in the UK, US and Australia for over a decade, with his most recent tour, BACK, seen by over a quarter of a million people.
Tim is the composer-lyricist of the hit musical, Matilda, winner of 85 international awards and which recently celebrated ten years on the West End. His second musical, Groundhog Day, won the Best Musical Olivier Award (West End) and was nominated for seven Tonys (Broadway). He co-wrote and starred in the TV series Upright, (2019 Sky UK/Foxtel), which won AACTA awards for Best Comedy and Best Actor in a Comedy and Season 2 drops this year. His 2020 studio album Apart Together debuted at #3 in Australia and the top 30 in the UK and his other live releases include Tim Minchin Vs the Heritage Orchestra Live at the Royal Albert Hall, So F**king Rock and Ready For This?.
Live onstage with his band at Darwin Amphitheatre is where you’ll see him at Darwin Festival, performing a set list of material from all corners of his eclectic repertoire.
Before the main event you will be swept away by the powerful, soulful presence of darwin’s own Caiti Baker, performing with DJ Lady Kay
Don’t miss this huge night of Festival entertainment under the stars!
’Is it a comedy gig? Is it a rock gig? With Tim Minchin you get both on the same night.’
The Independent (UK)
’Funny, thought-provoking, satirical... Tim Minchin is a genius of music and comedy.’
Press and Journal (UK)
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