Claudia O'Doherty - What Is Soil Erosion?
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Winner: Best Newcomer, Melbourne International Comedy Festival, 2010. This is the staged demonstration of the television series no one will let Claudia O'Doherty make. It answers the question 'what is soil erosion?' and includes lasers. Prepare to be zapped with lasers. Claudia’s last show, Monster of the Deep 3D won prizes in Australia and sold out at the Soho Theatre in London. She co-wrote 100 Facts About Pandas and 100 Facts About Sharks with David O’Doherty. ‘Another outstanding show’ ★★★★ (Time Out Sydney).
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Claudia O’Doherty14 Aug 2011
Refreshingly different character comedy performance
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