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Celeste Barber bringing new tour to Adelaide this week

Hailed Australia’s “Queen of Comedy”, Celeste Barber is back with a brand-new tour and is coming to Adelaide this Wednesday night.

Image: Celeste Barber’s Facebook

Australian comedian and media personality Celeste Barber is bringing her brand-new tour, Fine, Thanks, to Adelaide on Wednesday 25 May. 

Australia’s Queen of Comedy is bored of being stuck at home and is ready to hit the road again, coming to Adelaide’s Entertainment Centre Theatre this Wednesday night. 

Fine, Thanks will be hitting all the major cities, including Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Hobart, Brisbane and Sydney, as well as Newcastle, Wollongong, Tweed Heads and Canberra.

“I’ve been stuck inside staring at a wall for the best part of two years, so trust me when I say I’m ready to pack a suitcase, reacquaint myself with what the inside of a place looks like and get back on stage,” Celeste said. 

“Everyone in my house is sick to death of listening to me bang on so it’s time to find some new ears to chew off. Plus mama’s got bills to pay.” 

Fine, Thanks is described as a show that explores and exploits everything from celebrity sex toys to why hot girls can’t dance. 

Celeste Barber has quickly become one of Australia’s most popular and influential comedians, with over nine million follows on Instagram loyally keeping up with everything she does. 

Celeste found fame parodying celebrities such as Rihanna and Beyonce on Instagram, posting relatable ‘real’ life versions of the glamorous stars poses and photos.  

Her parodies are so good, she’s often praised by the stars of the original videos.

Her down-to-earth responses to picture-perfect Instagram moments have made her an Australian icon, earning her numerous awards. 

After two sold out world tours, her brand-new tour is set to be as candid and hilarious as her previous work has been, and is only appropriate for those over 18-years-old.

Tickets are still available and can be purchased here!

Fine, Thanks will be showing at Adelaide Entertainment Centre Theatre Wednesday 25 May, 7:30pm.

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