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Flat White

The case for conservative comedy

7 June 2023

4:30 AM

7 June 2023

4:30 AM

Australia and the UK have a long, storied history of comedy. It has produced some great performers. However, one must look at it and think, where is the conservative comedy element? The liberty-oriented element? Has it disappeared with the death of Barry Humphries?

Pondering this question and reflecting on Barry’s many great contributions, one has to wonder, what the future holds?

I would argue there is a case for a conservative liberty-oriented version of comedy going into the future.

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