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Never Say Always - 2013 Melbourne International Comedy Festival

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Never Say Always is a brand new play from Warrick Glynn, the celebrated writer of the 2010 Midsumma Festival hit, From Arsehole to Breakfast.

Presented as part of the 2013 Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Never Say Always is the anticipated sequel to From Arsehole to Breakfast and sees Steve and Joe's relationship still going strong - in fact, they have decided to get married.

But as the Australian Government won't legalise same-sex marriages, the loved up couple instead head to Bali, determined to tie the knot in style.

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Join Steve and Joe as they head over to the popular holiday destination with their family and friends and find themselves not only dealing with the usual pre-wedding jitters, but also all the many wonders of Bali - from the Balinese street culture to the infamous nightlife - this is sure to be one unforgettable ceremony.

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This strictly limited season of Never Say Always will be presented at the Mechanics Institute Performing Arts Centre, from Tuesday, 9th to Sunday, 14th of April 2013;*

Session times are as follows;

Tue-Fri: 9.15pm
Sat: 3pm & 9.15pm
Sun: 3pm

Tickets are priced between $22 and $28 and are currently on sale through Trybooking.

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For further information on Never Say Always, please visit the official website.

*Please note that the Wednesday, 10th April, 2013 performance at 9:15pm is a special gala fundraising event for Australian Marriage Equality (AME), with all tickets priced at $40. For further information on this event, please see here.
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Why? Warrick Glynn’s second play takes a poke at Australia’s archaic marriage laws.
When: April 9 - 14
Phone: 0423 846 513
Where: Mechanics Institute Performing Arts Centre, 270 Sydney Road Brunswick (cnr Glenlyon Road)
Cost: $22 & $28 ($40 for gala fund-raiser on 10 April)
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