Luke McGregor - Almost Fixed It

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Luke’s almost fixed it… his life that is.

He now has a real, actual girlfriend – something he previously thought impossible because of both his face and personality.

With his new found personal security he’s now got time to worry about all the stuff that is actually worth worrying about. Like, what is actually going on in the world? And, what happens when his girlfriend realises she’s made a mistake, leaves, and tells other people not to date him?

Luke has become a genuine star of the small screen by way of his very own uncomfortably illuminating documentary series for the ABC Luke Warm Sex. He also created and starred in the incredible Rosehaven (ABC TV) with fellow comedian and real life best friend Celia Pacquola. Plus - he's had his wisdom teeth out, and will hopefully have a more powerful jawline when the swelling dies down.

“unmissable” ★★★★ The List (UK)

“there are plenty of comedians with swagger out there, but at the moment McGregor has something better — honesty” ★★★★ The Age

Presented by:
The Garden of Unearthly Delights

Luke McGregor started his comedy career in Tasmania in 2007 when he entered the raw comedy competition after one of the contestants didn’t show up. In 2008 he was selected as a Raw Comedy national finalist.
In 2013 Luke’s first solo Melbourne International Comedy Festival Show ‘My Soul Mate Is Out Of My League’ played to sold out rooms and won the prestigious Best Newcomer Award. He then went on to perform a hugely successful seasons at London’s Soho Theatre and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Luke has also worked on various TV projects including Legally Brown, It’s A Date, The Time of our Lives and critically acclaimed ABC series Utopia. This year, Luke presented Luke Warm Sex (ABC), a show that took an embarrassingly honest and humorous look at all things sex. Luke has also teamed up with Celia Pacquola again in the exciting new TV series Rosehaven (ABC), a comedy filmed in Tasmania which they have written and are performing the lead roles in.


Corona Theatre at The Garden of Unearthly Delights

Rundle Park / Kadlitpina, Cnr East Tce & Rundle Rd, Adelaide, SA, 5000