CANCER SUPPORT WA
MELBOURNE comedian and twotime cancer survivor will premiere his stand-up comedy show in Perth this month.
Hosted by Cancer Support WA,
features Luke’s stories about growing up, getting sick, getting better, getting sick again, dating while bald, partying while on chemo and more.
The performance is based on his first book of the same name, a comic memoir about growing up and having cancer that grew from his critically acclaimed 2009 Melbourne Comedy Festival show
Inspiring, engaging and with a unique comic edge, Luke brings years of stand-up, storytelling and speech making experience to bear on topics as diverse as handling adversity, bullying, discovering perspective, getting the most out of life and finding one’s vocational direction.
Luke’s comedy show is a mix of storytelling, readings and will include a question and answer session at the end. Shows will be held 7.30pm on February 13 and 2pm on February 15 at Cancer Support WA’s beautifully restored centre at 80 Railway Street, Cottesloe.
Free parking is available and the centre is a five-minute walk from Grant Street train station.
Tickets cost $30 and all proceeds go to providing support services to West Australians with cancer.
To book, visit the events page at www.cancersupportwa.org.au or call 9384 3544.