Urzila Carlson: Token African
South African-New Zealander URZILA CARLSON is a Token African. She’s also a multi-award-winning comedian, the 2019 Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s highest ticket-seller, and a household name across two continents. And she’s not finished yet.
Carlson is hitting the road again in 2021 with her brand new stand up show, Token African.
Africans have become the new must-have accessory. Okay, not really, but everyone knows one, works with one or has a sister that’s dating one of us. What makes you African? Is it enough that you’re born there? Do you need to be able to dance? Why does being South African not register as African in most places? You’re thinking about it right now, aren’t you? Questioning it. Africa changes people. People who visit game reserves wear ranger outfits… why is that? We don’t wear scrubs when going to the doctor… Africa puts things in perspective, this show will help you find that focus, delivered to you by a Token African.
Urzila Carlson Token African has been rescheduled to Friday 30 April and Saturday 1 May 2021 at 7:30pm.
These performances were originally scheduled for Friday 8 January and Saturday 9 January. If you held tickets for these performances, your seats have been reallocated in the new performances. You will retain your original seat numbers.
If your Print at Home or Physical Ticket(s) were sent or posted out to you, please keep an eye on your email inbox or post box for your new ticket(s), which will arrive before the show. If you opted for venue collection, your new ticket(s) will be available to collect from the Box office on the day of the show.
It’s important you use these new tickets to gain access to the new performance. Tickets for the old performance will no longer be valid.
If you cannot make this new date and would like to request a refund please email CanberraTicketing@act.gov.au to request a call back. Our team is working hard to respond as quickly as possible, we thank you for your patience as we work through these changes.
Fri Apr 30
7:30 pm – 9:15 pm
Canberra Theatre Centre