Scene News: Trans comedian brings her hit show to Melbourne Comedy Festival

“I’ve been getting into dating, I’m on Tinder, and I get it, ladies, I get it. I’ve got my own fair share of dick pics as well. Um you know, they never seem very keen when you send one back”

Chloe Black is no spring chicken. She has been doing stand up for 18 years. 3 years ago she came out as transgender and has been performing as her true self ever since. Her insights into living as both genders have become an absolute hit with audiences. Her outlook on dating, coming out, living true to yourself and finding a comfortable pair of shoes have been making people laugh long and loud. Her comedy has been lauded by straight and queer audiences alike, striking a great balance between profound insight and unique hilarity. Do yourself a favour and go and check her out.

TRANSISTOR SISTER is the new stand up show by Tasmanian comedian Chloe Black. Chloe began her stand-up career in Adelaide (at the famed Rhino Room) over 18 years ago. She was a Raw Comedy National Finalist in 2001.

She has performed at Adelaide Fringe and Edinburgh Fringe. She is writing a comedy web series about transitioning in the workplace, developed with the assistance of Screen Tasmania

The Show begins on the 8th of April at 7:15 pm at Tasma Terrace and runs for two weeks. Bookings essential.

Show Listing Details: Transistor Sister

Dates: April 8th to April 21st

Time: 7:15pm

Cost: $20-25

Venue: Tasma Terrace 3


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