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Julia Clark

Native Briton and expiring-Australian-working-visa holder Julia Clark regards her two favourite nations through loving, amused, allegedly a bit patronising (but she means it in the nicest way possible, honest) eyes.

Julia’s wry observations on the darker and sillier sides of life have taken her from tentative pub gigs to a festival sponsored showcase at the Melbourne International
Comedy Festival in less than a year, her unflinching comic style leaving many in her irreverent wake wondering, ‘did she just say that?’

“One of the best warm ups we have seen – the tiny British bundle of nasty hilariousness that calls itself Julia Clark” - Daily Telegraph (Sydney) – July 28, 2009

After graduating from Cambridge, spending a few years as a youth worker in South London, then some months backpacking through Asia, Julia arrived in Australia and
was hooked after just one day. She eventually found herself snared in the tentacles of Sydney's stand-up scene.

In late 2008 Julia made it to the finals in Australia's richest new comedian contest, Quest for the Best. Since then she has appeared in new talent showcase The Comedy Zone for the Melbourne comedy festival, supported Eddy Brimson (UK) and
Jeff Green (UK) at the Sydney Comedy Store’s Best of British season, and featured alongside Aussie comics Greg Fleet, Kitty Flanagan, Fiona O’Loughlin, Bruno Lucia, George Kapiniaris, Jackie Loeb, Mickey D., Wil Anderson and Amelia Jane Hunter.

For now, Julia's time Down Under has come to an end. She’s decided it’s time to give the comedy a “real go” in the UK, where gigs abound and she’s allowed to work wherever she wants without the pesky restrictions of visas and the such like (I mean, really, she’s a nice person – can’t she just live and work where she wants?

Apparently not, say the Australian Authorities. And she respects them for their consistent stance.)