Mad Dogs and an Englishman with Tony Knight

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“If you love dogs (and like a laugh) you’ll love this show!

Join internationally renowned dog behaviour expert (and stand-up comedian) Tony Knight for an hour of laughs and learning what dogs really think (and what they think about you).

Tony is bringing his new and improved show to Creswick after sell-out shows around the world (including last year’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival as well as Edinburgh).

This show is guaranteed to make you laugh and think. It’s also probably the only comedy show in the world that gives you homework!

All audience members get a free dog training eBook too. Tickets sell fast and seats are limited.”

Since 1999, Tony has helped thousands of dog owners all over the world solve problem dog behaviour with simple techniques that use no force, pain, domination, drugs or gadgets. He has also trained other people from over 30 countries to become “Dog Listeners”.

Tony’s skills have been featured on television in several countries and he is a regular radio guest all over the world (even in French!

Bar open pre-show and at the end of the performance.

Content: Creswick Theatre Company

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  • Does not cater for people with access needs.

  • Sat 20 Apr

7:30pm–8:30pm

Creswick Courthouse Theatre

2A Raglan Street, Creswick VIC 3363

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$27 per person

https://events.humanitix.com/mad-dogs-and-an-englishman-with-tony-knight-the-dog-listener


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Accessibility Information

  • Does not cater for people with access needs.

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