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Ryan Etherington: Comedian


“One fateful day during the July of 1990, Ryan Etherington led a daring one-man strike force, and successfully broke out of his mother’s womb…
Ryan Etherington is a nerds nerd. He’s played Dungeons and Dragons, once beat Pokemon (all of it) and even attempted applying for Mensa (which he failed horrifically). He also attempts to get the house and experience this ‘social’ thing people keep raving on about. Sometimes he succeeds, sometimes he fails, sometimes it goes cataclysmically wrong; But he’s always got a humorous story to come out of it, as well as bringing with him the stories, observations and self-critising moments all witnessed by his nutty mind.
Ryan is a RAW Comedy 2011 State Finalist, and performed his first Adelaide Fringe Show ‘Chivalrofl’ in 2014 before moving to Melbourne to continue his comedic journey.
“Ryan Etherington is one of those unlikely heroes you can’t help but like… hilarious anecdotes” -Heckler
“Uproarious laughter” -Buzzcuts
“Etherington is one to watch”Sunday Mail”
Ryan will be hosting the Saturday Night Queerbaret, and will most likely be getting a bit of stand up in amongst all the standing up and talking about other people.

Queerbaret 2015


When: 8:00PM Saturday 18th April
Where: The Hare Hole, 63 Johnston Street, Fitzroy
Tickets: $25/$20 ($30/$25 on the door)
Bookings: Click Here

After a near sellout performance at The Hare Hole in 2014, Queerbaret is back and on a late night friendly Saturday Night. We’re bringing you an evening of queer readings from Queermance’s authors, some music, a little cabaret, and a little something saucy. The Queerbaret will feature readings by: Amanda Marx, Dosh Luckwell, Isabelle Rowan, Lily Velden, Lindy Cameron, M Sereno, Nicholas G Frank, Nic Starr for Toni Griffin,  NM Harris and ReVerse Butcher. Queerbaret 2015 will also feature music from Matthew Lang and crowd favourite ROCS (the RMIT Occasional Choral Society), a touch of circus from CC Page, and the evening will be hosted by queer comedian Ryan Etherington, fresh from his sellout performance at the Adelaide Fringe.