The Anglophone and Other Offensive Instruments: Jacqueline Mifsud at the Comedy Festival

Catch Jacqueline Mifsud at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival for the first time this year, as she shares what it’s like to be an Anglophone in France.


The Anglophone and Other Offensive Instruments:

She’s quirky, crude, irreverent and lascivious yet still maintains a sweet innocent demeanour. Jacqueline developed her comedic style and quick wit over 4 years while working as a tips-only tour guide in Paris performing 3-hour walking tours around the city of light for mainly backpackers and the occasional dipshit.

Everyone dreams of living in Paris but what’s it REALLY like?

This show is her tell-tale about what it’s really like for an English speaker to live in the city of lights; a filthy thorn among a city if perfectly-manicured roses.

“Occasionally crude, but always charming” -Crikey

March 26, April 1, 2, 8, 9, 15 and 16

Loop Bar, 23 Meyers Place Melbourne CBD

Tickets $15 preview, $20 full

Book at

By Gemma King.


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