8 February, 2023

Get Love Sick with Comedy Tours

LOCALS will be able to see the similarities between contracting Covid and falling in love with Comedy Tours newest show, ‘Love Sick’ set to be hosted this Friday and Saturday.

Get Love Sick with Comedy Tours - feature photo

This week’s performances will be the debut show for Comedy Tours’ new Comedy Executive Officer (CEO) Tania Tobiano, who plans to use her vast knowledge of production design and art direction to further grow Comedy Tours.

Resident thespian Ida Portella, her other actors’ and their many different characters and personalities will remain at the forefront of Comedy Tours.

With a background in film matured in Melbourne, Ms Tobiano is hoping to use her knowledge of the arts to further improve the already successful comedy tours formula.

“I’ve known Ida since I was a little kid as old family friends so when she found out that I was back in town and that I had a theatre and film degree, she asked me to help out,” she said.

“Now that the pandemic has calmed down, her travel business has started back up so she just needed a bit of help with Comedy Tours.

“I am pretty much doing everything but the improv on the night – they come up with all the funny stuff but I throw in a few things here or there.”

‘Love Sick’ will be Ms Tobiano’s first charge with Comedy Tours as it takes audiences on a journey of navigating love post-pandemic.

The idea for the show came when Ms Portella saw a similarity between Covid symptoms and people falling in love.

The show is being hosted at the Mareeba Bowls Club this Saturday with doors opening at 6pm for the show to start promptly at 6.30.

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