"Julian Clary is pure genius"
Julian's Tour of Australia & NZ
17th April to 27th April 2014
"Position Vacant, Apply Within"
"Hilarious...Vintage Clary" Whats On Stage
"Very funny...Mr Clary at his best" Bristol Post
"Looking for love, in holiday-camp style..." Times
PERTH • MELBOURNE
SYDNEY • BRISBANE
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Back by popular demand, international comedy treasure and self-proclaimed ‘Lord of the Mince’ Julian Clary will return for his 8th Australian tour in April with a brand new show Position Vacant: Apply Within. Currently touring the UK this has become one of Julian’s most successful shows to date!
Master of camp Julian Clary is scouring the land in search of love. He’s promised to leave no straight unturned. “Because I’m still considered to be quite a catch and because your town is noted for it’s heterosexuals on the cusp, there’s bound to be stiff competition”, says Julian. “Therefore I’ll be hosting ruthless elimination games. You can be sure of one thing. By the end of the evening, we’ll all be celebrating my new partnership.”
"This was a spectacular show that left the audience breathless with laughter. But I suspect the point was to soften us up for a real and heartfelt message. The final song "Being straight is okay – but it's cool to be gay," describes the daily challenges still faced by gay people all over the world. It is sincere and delivered with great pathos..." Nottingham Post
"Fun, side-splitting, colourful and, above all, rude Julian is truly the 'Lord of Mince' and Position Vacant: Apply Within is a farce that would be a shame to miss..." West Sussex County Times
"Julian's show is great fun and a fantastic way to spend an evening..." Milton Keynes Web
"Julian has always been able to make me laugh until I can barely breathe but his performance this time round also gave me - and everyone else it seemed - something to think about..." This Is South Wales
"I honestly laughed out loud from start to finish..." This Is Kent
"It's all a good laugh, but at the heart of all this mirth is a powerful message." North Devon Journal
"With a steady and reliable stream of double entendres and tales about his triumphant time in the Big Brother House, Clary kept the audience in laughs and whoops." Norwich Evening News
"Towering over the audience on stilts and dressed in ra-ra style trousers, Julian Clary charmed the audience with his outrageous style from the off." Shropshire Star