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Jimeoin returns to Adelaide following postponed tour

Comedy legend and internationally celebrated funnyman, Jimeoin is back on the road following the postponement of his tour earlier this year due to the pandemic.

Comedy legend and internationally celebrated funnyman, Jimeoin is back on the road following the postponement of his tour earlier this year due to the pandemic.

Marking 30 years in the comedy industry, he’ll be hitting the stage in Adelaide on Thursday 9th December for an evening of world-class hilarious comedy for his smash-hit show, Turn It Up!

The show follows sell-out 2021 seasons at Adelaide Fringe and Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

“I’m loving being back on the road and out of the house. I’m excited to return to many of these regions. I just want to bring some joy to people lives. I remember really strong moments of laughter in my life”, Jimeoin says.

Jimeoin is an acclaimed, hugely loved and much respected comedian, with a wide appeal and a cheeky, no-gimmicks and superbly observed sense of humour that has his audiences in stitches across the UK, Europe, USA and of course Australia.

Already an award-winning star of TV shows including ‘Live at the Apollo’, ‘Conan’, ‘Royal Variety Performance’ and ‘Sunday Night at the Palladium-Live!’, he’s also been on the road with his television series, ‘Waltzing Jimeoin’.

The series sees him travel around the country in a Kombi, and catching up with a bunch of his comedian mates like, Akmal, Georgie Carroll, Dane Simpson, and Emma Zammit for one epic and hilarious adventure.

The part road trip, part travel show, part comedy tour mash up can be streamed free on TenPlay, and guarantees a good line-up of belly-laughs.

Seeing the comedian do his thing live in the flesh though, is one certainly not to be missed, and safe to say – we’re glad he’s made it back!

Only a few tickets are left for his Adelaide Turn it Up! show tomorrow night at Her Majesty’s Theatre, so make sure to grab them now to avoid missing out!

Catch Jimeoin LIVE at The Garden of Unearthly Delights at the 2022 Adelaide Fringe.

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