In 2016, Blake Everett was ‘king hit’ out the front of a Frankston cinema, leading to coverage in The Age, The Daily Mail and on Channel 7, 9 and 10, against a background of social and political discussion around a spate of one-punch incidents.
Now, in 2019, Blake is finally comfortable bringing his story to the stage in his brand new comedy festival show, Greatest Hit(s) at Tasma Terrace for a limited season from 26 March.
Blake Everett is a 21-year-old stand-up, sketch and musical comedian from Melbourne. His fourth ever gig was at age 14 in front of 2,000 people at the 2012 Class Clowns National Final as part of Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
During his Year Twelve studies Blake found himself performing his first hour-long solo show in the 2015 Melbourne Fringe entitled I Should Be Studying – just three weeks before his exams.
He has since performed all around the country in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane and the Gold Coast, as well as in the previous three Melbourne Comedy Festivals with Ready Since I Was Five, King of Nothing and Unknown Comedian. This year Blake amazingly performs his fifth show in four years, Greatest Hit(s). See him now!
“This fabulous performer has an incredibly bright future.” – Beat Magazine
Tasma Terrace, 6 Parliament Place, East Melbourne
Season: 26 – 31 March 2019
Information and Bookings: www.comedyfestival.com.au
Image: Blake Everett – photo by Craig Adams