Life Uncut

Calling all Lifers!

Laura Byrne and Brittany Hockley, the creators of podcast sensation LIFE UNCUT, are bringing their hugely popular and somewhat unfiltered take on love, life and lust (and a bunch of other stuff) to the HOTA stage. A live show that is real, raw and downright hilarious. 

Experience the laughs and deep dives that have made them household names. If you've ever found yourself chanting 'WE LOVE LOVE' at the end of an episode, have fumbled your way through the dating world, or need a wine and your best girlfriends - this is the show for you. 

Featuring special guests, Ellidy Pullin and Em Carey. 

Ellidy Pullin is one half of the Darling Shine podcast, she's the author of Heart Strong and the partner of Alex Chumpy Pullin, who tragically passed away in 2020. Ellidy went on to have their beauitful baby girl Minnie and is dedicated to keeping his spirit and memory alive. 

Em Carey is the author of The Girl Who Fell From The Sky,. From a terrible accident that left her paraplegic, Em has become an inspiration for hundreds of thousands online to live life to the fullest and remind us that if we can, we must. 

'Last year we had the most amazing time in Sydney with our first live show, and we are absolutely buzzing to be taking LIFE UNCUT on tour across Australia and to Auckland. Grab your besties and make a night of it, or come solo and we guarantee you'll make some new besties. It will be everything you love about the podcast, with some very special guests in tow too.'

Laura Byrne & Brittany Hockley 

Presented by Live Nation

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