Another Planet Entertainment and the Palace of Fine Arts are committed to producing safe events. The City and County of San Francisco has mandated all patrons attending events at the Palace of Fine Arts are required to show proof of full vaccination (must be 2 weeks past final dose). Masks are also required. For more information, visit our Health & Safety page.
This event is all ages.
$99.75 — Reserved Seating
$79.75 — Reserved Seating
$59.75 — Reserved Seating
$39.75 — Reserved Seating
*plus applicable service fees
All doors & show times subject to change.
To create what we believe is the safest environment for our patrons, staff, artists and surrounding community, we are implementing Health Pass by CLEAR for entry to this show at the Palace of Fine Arts. All attendees for Hannah Gadsby at the Palace of Fine Arts are encouraged to show a Green Health Pass (vaccinated) on the CLEAR app to ensure a quick and easy entry to the venue.
A non-vented N95 mask or other well-fitted mask is strongly recommended to provide maximum protection. We will not allow a scarf, ski mask, balaclava, bandana, turtleneck, collar, single layer of fabric, or any mask that has an unfiltered one-way exhaust valve.
* Policy is subject to change
** Proof of vaccination is required for those not using the CLEAR Health Pass for expedited entry.
After providing proof of vaccination, this event will be a phone-free experience. Use of phones, smart watches and accessories, will not be permitted in the performance space. Upon arrival at the venue, all phones, smart watches and accessories will be secured in individual Yondr pouches that will be opened at the end of the event. Guests maintain possession of their devices at all times, and can access them throughout the event only in designated Phone Use Areas within the venue.
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Hannah Gadsby, who captured the world’s attention with her groundbreaking standup shows Nanette and Douglas, announced today that her highly anticipated new show Body Of Work will embark on a North American tour. In 2018, Hannah’s global sensation Nanette played to sold-out houses across the world before launching on Netflix, garnering Hannah an Emmy and a Peabody. After that a lot of people (heaps actually) started paying attention to what she had to say. Opportunities came a knocking, but Hannah decided to stick with what she loves and couldn’t quit: standup comedy.
So, in 2019 she wrote and toured the critically acclaimed Douglas from Helsinki to New York, including an Off-Broadway run, and everywhere in between culminating in recording the show for Netflix in Los Angeles in February 2020, just in time for well…the rest of 2020. The year that was like no other saw Hannah bunkering down in regional Australia sheltering from a global pandemic and pondering what was next.
That ponder is now a show. A brand new live show. One could say it’s a new body of work. Couldn’t one?