Scheduled to tour Australia and New Zealand this year, The Office star Creed Bratton has been forced to postpone his shows to 2021. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and restrictions which have been placed on travel and public gatherings, it is no longer possible for the shows to go ahead as planned. Instead, the shows will take place in March 2021.
Bratton’s solo show is a combination of live music, stand up comedy and untold stories from his life and time on The Office. In The Office, Bratton played “an over the top version of himself, as the mysterious, quality-assurance director that smells like mung-beans, lives for scuba diving and can’t tell the difference between an apple and a potato.”
The show will be coming to Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra and Perth.
Creed Bratton Australia
Bratton is well-known for his role on The Office, however, he has a musical career spanning nearly five decades and is a former member of The Grass Roots.
Of his Australian tour, Bratton said;
Even though I’ve been told I may not get to bring back a pet duck-billed platypus, I’m still very excited about coming to Australia for my first tour there.
Current ticket holders will be able to attend the postponed dates. Those requiring refunds will be able to secure one from their point of sale. The new tour dates are;
- Monday 15 March – Neck of the Woods – Auckland
- Tuesday 16 March – San Fran – Wellington
- Thursday 18 March – The Triffid – Brisbane
- Friday 19 March – Corner – Melbourne
- Saturday 20 March – Factory – Sydney
- Monday 22 March – Basement – Canberra
- Tuesday 23 March – Freo Social – Perth
Tickets are on sale online.