Joe Avati: When I Was Your Age WORLD TOUR

Joe Avati: When I Was Your Age WORLD TOUR

The internationally renowned comedian is back after 15 years to present his hilarious new show … and he asks you to leave your political correctness at the door.

In Joe Avati’s hilarious new show WHEN I WAS YOUR AGE he tackles the ‘then versus now’ generational differences of today’s children. He explores  the complexities of modern day parenting compared to the strict upbringing of yesteryear. Threaded throughout all of this, he tackles the minefield of cancel culture, the woke brigade and why people are over political correctness.

His observations are not only deadly accurate but extremely relatable to all ages.

He asks you to leave your political correctness at the door.

Internationally renowned for his inimitable style, Australian born with an Italian heritage, Avati is a master of treading a very fine line. He’s saying what everyone is thinking but no one dares to say, whilst not resorting to the use of profanities or vulgar shock tactic routines.


This is a show for all the family.

Bring your kids (12+ advisable) so they know what it was like when you were their age.

Bring your parents to highlight how much things have changed since they were your age.

Bring your friends to laugh and reminisce about growing up as teenagers when you were that age.

Tickets $65





GPAC Box Office is open 7 days 10am – 4pm and 1 hour prior to show. Phone 03 5176 3333

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