PV Entertainment Desk : The last real comedy show that stand-up Rob Broderick played to a room full of real people was in mid-March, at Adelaide’s Corona Theatre.

“Literally the last words I said on a stage were, ‘Goodnight Corona!'” he tells the BBC.

“Then it was 24 hours in the air, and when I landed most of my work was gone.”

The Irishman, who performs under the name Abandoman, was supposed to follow up his stint Down Under with a residency at this month’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe. But the coveted event has been canned for the first time in 73 years due to the Covid-19 pandemic.Source-BBC

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