RHYS Nicholson may be one of the most underrated comics in Australia.

The acerbic comedian brings his latest show, Eurgh, to the Melbourne International Comedy festival in a blazing 60 minutes of material, delivered in his trademark deadpan style.

His R-rated show is not for the easily-offended. Gloriously filthy, the show is a politically-incorrect tour-de-force.

Eurgh’s theme is about exploring the differences between followers and leaders, the protective types and the protected, or as Nicholson puts it, “sheep and guard llamas.”

All in all, a fantastic show that’s highly recommended.

Eurgh is on until April 20 as part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. For tickets and details, click here

(Main image credit: Miles Heffernan)

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