Judith Lucy

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Australia - Vic
Judith Lucy first appeared at Le Joke in early 1989, immediately attracting great interest and acclaim for her brilliantly funny ability to take everyday experiences and boldly expose their idiosyncrasies with deliciously extravagant irony.
Her formidable reputation as a compere and her sharp as-libs and considerable improvisation skills have quickly elevated Judith to the forefront of a new generation of Australian comics. Her unique style of observation allows her to interact with a wide ranging audience on topics such as advertising, glossy magazines, Elvis Preslely, Food and Television - a fast and furiously funny poem condensing every possible mega-drama from every Australian soap opera ever made is now an often requested popular favourite.

Judith regularly comperes and performs at all the major comedy venues throughout Australia and is frequently invited to perform overseas. She had her own segment on radio MMM - FM as part of the D-Generation's Breakfast Show and is in great demand for corporate performances.


Prince Patrick Hotel - 1990 Melbourne International Comedy Festival
Mooshead Concert - Athenaeum Theatre
In Angel Gear - Play by Sam Sejavka at the Next Wave Festival
Hilton Comedy Club - Season with Mark Price (Skippy from Family Ties)
Stiches - Melbourne
Found Objects Show - Last Laugh - Melbourne
1991 Melbourne Comedy Festival - Season with Corky and the Juice Pigs
Comedy Club - Melbourne with Julian Clary
Artage Festival - Perth
Snug Harbour - Brisbane
Adelaide Festival - The Star Club
Le Joke - Melbourne
Tooheys Red Comedy Festival - Sydney
National Tour with Bob Downe - Australia Edinburgh Festival Scotland
London Comedy Festival - England
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