Sooshi Mango: Home Made – Ballarat Central

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Homegrown comedy heroes Sooshi Mango return with their most exciting live show yet, Home Made!

“A show where you can get together with La Familia and not fight…maybe!”

TEG Dainty is thrilled to present one of Australia’s biggest-selling comedy acts, Sooshi Mango, and their all-new tour, Home Made, hitting a whopping 25 cities around the country this August–November. This follows an international tour earlier this year and a sold out Australian tour in 2022 which saw them break the house record at Rod Laver and bring laughter to over 100,000 fans.

The trio, made up of brothers Joe Salanitri, Carlo Salanitri and friend Andrew Manfre, are award-winning comedians, podcasters, and content creators and are among the best-loved comedians working in Australia today, consistently performing to sold out crowds across the country and around the world.

Known for their skits and characters inspired by their beloved Italian family, Sooshi Mango have taken the world by storm in recent years thanks to their relatable, nostalgic humour and hilarious delivery. Now, ‘ethnic dads’ Johnny, Vince, Sam, and all their friends are set to return to the stage with all-new material in Home Made! Think outrageous skits, knee-slappers, and musical numbers galore that will transport you back in time and have you laughing until your ribs are sore. New show, same antics!

Content: Her Majesty's Theatre Ballarat

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  • Sat 7 Sep

7:30pm–10pm

Civic Hall

300-304 Mair Street, Ballarat Central VIC 3350

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