Following their critically acclaimed 2020 Netflix series, Australia’s favourite absurdist sketch group, Aunty Donna, will tour their first live theatre show in more than three years, The Magical Dead Cat, across New Zealand in November.
Aunty Donna exploded onto the Melbourne comedy scene in 2012 with their unique brand of surreal, fast-paced, alternative sketch. Since then, their loud and energetic shows have toured around the globe multiple times, won an accolade of awards and amassed a worldwide fanbase including more than 453,000 subscribers and 84 million views on YouTube.
It’s been a big year for the trio who in 2020, partnered with Netflix for the worldwide release of Aunty Donna’s Big Ol’ House of Fun, executive produced by The Office’s Ed Helms and Between Two Ferns’ Scott Aukerman. The series received praise from fans across the globe including Neil Patrick Harris and RuPaul.
Aunty Donna’s loud and energetic live shows have taken them around the world multiple times. They sold out their Australian and New Zealand Comedy Festivals seasons from 2016 to 2018 before hitting Edinburgh, London, Montreal & Hong Kong. They have toured North America three times performing to sold out crowds in Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco & Austin.