Aunty Donna's Broden Kelly Tells Us How They Landed Their Very Own Netflix Special

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If you're looking for a good laugh, check out "Aunty Donna's big ol house of fun" on Netflix by Victorian comedy trio Broden Kelly, Zachary Ruane and Mark Samual Bonanno. 

The hilarious six episode show is jam-packed with outrageous and nonsensical sketches that will have you in absolute stitches and at times, genuinely confused. The trio initially got together back in 2012 and have since toured Australia performing comedy festivals, shows and created their own Youtube channel. 

This morning, Tim & Jess spoke with one third of the trio Broden Kelly about the recent release of the Netflix special. 

Broden tells us how they managed to land their own Netflix show, whether he finds it difficult not to break character during sketches and what it was like filming during the beginning of the OCVID-19 pandemic.

Tune into the full chat below... 

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Georgie Marr

25 November 2020

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