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Claire Sullivan’s Hotel For Dogs

Monday 23rd January / posted by Matt Tomich

Claire Sullivan is a hyperactive comedian from Hobart who wishes she had a hotel for dogs.

Her new show, which comes to this year's Fringe World Festival isn’t really stand-up, it’s not really sketch - it’s just a trip into Claire’s brain…

Here she joins Caitlin on Breakfast to talk feminism, dogs, and all things in between.

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