Proudly presented by UMSU Comedy festival 2015

Courteney Hocking
Aamer Rahman
Rod Quantock 

Melbourne’s universities have a history of fostering Australia’s comedic talents, seeing them go on to national and international fame. But what kind of culture really exists around it? How has it changed? Where is it going? Join us for a discussion of the past, present and future of the relationship between universities and comedy.

Venue: Members Lounge, Ground Floor, Union House
University of Melbourne, Parkville
Bookings: or at the door
Tickets: $10 Concession, $15 Full
Time: 6:00pm-8:00pm Tuesday, October 6
Access: Venue is wheelchair accessible with nearby accessible bathrooms. You are welcome to bring a support person. Please contact us with additional access requirements ASAP, and we will do our best to cater to them.

Please note: The content of this panel is likely to touch on sensitive subject matter, and we encourage rigorous discussion. However, while issues will be addressed, we will not condone or allow racism, sexism, homophobia, ableism or transphobia. A volunteer with Mental Health First Aid will be on hand.

Union House, Tin Alley, University of Melbourne, Parkville VIC 3010