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October 28, 2018

Laid back and very dry comedy from Transparent's Tig

Why See Tig Notaro?

Comedy & Stand-up

Tig Live

Experience Tig Notaro live when she hits a town near you! Tig first gained national recognition for her 2012 recorded album, Live. A landmark comedy album, it was recorded a handful of days after she was diagnosed with breast cancer. This horrific circumstance formed the basis of her set that night, a routine which Louis C.K., who was watching form the wings, described as "one of the greatest standup performances I ever saw".

She's since released her own Netflix comedy special and popped up in everything from Transparent to Lady Dynamite. Her comedy style can best be characterised as incredibly dry and incredibly laid back.

Tig remains a staple on late night talk shows and public radios, and shows no sign of slowing down when it comes to touring the world.

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Performance date: 28 October 2018

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