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Catherine Tate adds second and final Perth show

Comedian Catherine Tate has announced a second Perth date for her Australian tour. Alongside her show on Saturday 10th November, she’ll also be playing a second show on Sunday 11th November.

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Tate will be at the Riverside Theatre at the Perth Convention Centre with all her memorable characters including the lovable but slightly offensive Joannie ‘Nan’ Taylor, Irish nurse Bernie, Geordie Georgie, Essex girl Sam and argumentative teenager Lauren Cooper.

The Catherine Tate Show ran on television for three years from 2004 to 2007 but has lived on through a series of specials and live shows.

The tour will begin in Perth, before heading to Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane, Newcastle and Sydney. New shows in Melbourne and Sydney have also just been added to the schedule.

Tickets are on sale now, head to Live Nation for all the details.

Source: Media Release


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