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Man About The House with Tim Ross and Kit Warhurst

Comedian. Architecture enthusiast. Design Nerd. The many sides of Tim Ross come to HOTA.

Best known for his many years of TV and radio hosting gigs, Tim Ross brings his passion for all things design and architecture to life with his show Man About the House. Venturing to significant buildings and homes worldwide with his musical partner Kit Warhurst, his sell-out show lands on The Outdoor Stage. A combination of storytelling, music and comedy, Tim and Kit have captured audiences worldwide and continue to entertain the masses.

The success of his live show Designing a Legacy, soon to be on ABC, as well as his books Motel and Casserole, show Tim’s not just a pretty face. A supporter of the Save Our Sirius campaign and winner of the National Trust Heritage Award for Advocacy, his love and passion for Australian architecture and design is infectious.

‘Must see show of the Festival.’ New York Times

‘Had us in stitches.’ – Sunday Times (UK)

‘Hilarious’ – The Age’“With quick wit and telling anecdotes, Tim shares his passion for modern design and architecture — the fortunate audience is left both enlightened and entertained.’ Wendy Kaplan | Department Head and Curator Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Tim’s books ‘Motel‘ and ‘Casserole‘ will be available for purchase on the night and signing post-event.

Presented by HOTA, Home of the Arts

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