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Joe Avati –  referred to as “the Italian Seinfeld”.

RSVP essential no later than 21 October via email to with names of each attendee.
Please note: seat numbers will not be allocated but entry will ONLY be given to those who have sent their RSVP.
Entry fee is $5.00 at the door.
BE early,  as Joe Avati’s event will be a “full house”.  The event is being filmed.
You must RSVP – it is absolutely essential.

Event date: 28/10/2015
Palace Cinemas, cinema #1, 99 Norton St, Leichhardt, NSW Australia
6.30pm for 7.00pm
entry fee is $5.00 at the door

His parents are from CalabriaItaly and some of his show is performed in the Calabrese dialect, in English with or without a Calabrese accent.

Avati’s observational brand of comedy have earned him comparisons to Jerry Seinfeld, and in promotions he is referred to as “the Italian Seinfeld”. His observations are drawn from the life around his Italian family, particularly his experiences growing up. The characters and traits that Avati mentions seem to be universal in Italian families, which is why audiences familiar with this cultures are able to identify with him.

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