Annie Louey's Big Break

Annie Louey's Big Break

Annie's boyfriend dumped her on opening night of her last Comedy Festival show – and boy, is she pissed!

Her new show combines feminist rage with her brand of honest and relatable storytelling. Learn from her dating mistakes and get advice on how to survive a break-up. For instance, doing a TAFE course to become a marriage celebrant when you're heartbroken is a bad idea.

Annie also told her Chinese mum that she's actually not that into marriage. Her poor mother has been in mourning ever since.

Think of it as a millennial version of 'Judith Lucy vs Men', mixed with Zoe Foster-Blake's book 'Break Up Boss'. Over the past three years, Annie has been tearing up the Melbourne comedy scene. The former Class Clowns National Finalist has performed twice on triple j's Good Az Friday, at the Loch Hart Music Festival and on Nova 100's Hits and Giggles showcase.

In 2019, she received the Victorian Government's first 'Stand Up!' Grant, inspired by the talent of promise of Eurydice Dixon. The grant supports a new generation of strong funny women who are serious about comedy.

Dates: 26 March – 19 April 2020 (No Mondays) at 8.30 pm (7.30pm Sundays). 50 mins.
Venue: Chinese Museum, Tea Room – 22 Cohen Pl, Melbourne
Tickets: $18-26
Bookings: or (03) 9245 3788