Felicity Ward: 50% More Likely to Die
- Website: www.felicityward.com
Stand up from the Australian comedian who has appeared on The John Bishop Show and Russell Howard's Good News.
Last year Felicity wrote a show about mental illness & IBS. Much to her surprise more people saw the show than her family, and a man called Gavin. Always one to flog a dead horse, she's back with another this one. And this time, she loses her bag.
WINNER: Best International Show 2016 New Zealand Comedy Festival NOMINEE: Best Club Comic 2016 Chortle Awards
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Reviews & features
My Comedy Hero: Felicity Ward on Maria Bamford3 Oct 2016
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Felicity Ward: 50% More Likely to Die15 Aug 2016
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