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Heart Of Darkness
Anthony Locascio (NSW)

Following 2022's 'Don't Call Me A Wog' Anthony Locascio returns with a story of the worst thing he's done in his life, and how he's still worthy of love.

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Following his successful 2022 national tour of 'Don't Call Me A Wog!', Australia's premiere post-racial stand-up comedian, returns in 2023 with his new show, 'Heart Of Darkness'.


We all do bad things. We are all worthy of love.


Anthony Locascio will tell stories about the worst things he's ever done, to make you all feel a little better/worse about the things you've done.


He'll also gloat about how in love he is, and how despite the morally questionable behaviour he's indulged in, he is fully deserving of it. And so are you.


★★★★ "A great storyteller, who really paints a picture to get the audience enthralled" Upside Adelaide

★★★★ "Audience members jolting backwards in fits of laughter" Weekend Notes Melbourne

★★★★★ "He is one of Austalia's most talented rising stars" On The House Perth



Blending sharp joke writing with musings on his ethnic background, Anthony is best known for his unique storytelling.

Starting his career in 2017, he became a two time NSW Raw Comedy State Finalist, and has performed with some of the best comedians Australia has to offer; including Dave Hughes, Nikki Britton, Tahir, Anthony Salame, Luke Heggie and many more.


Anthony has written, produced and performed a solo hour of stand-up comedy every year, including The Worst Of Both Worlds (2017/Sydney Fringe Festival 2018), Christmas Feast (2018), Unaccounted (Sydney Comedy Festival 2019), Mr Perfect (2019) and Confirmation (2020/Sydney/Perth Comedy Festival 2021), the latter two of which taking place at the prestigious Sydney Comedy Store, and performed at the Sydney Comedy Festival Gala in 2021.


Anthony hosts the HackPack and The Kevin Lasagna Appreciation Podcasts, available on iTunes and Spotify.

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