It would be an absolute travesty if she didn't do exactly that. Ellipsis is, on one level, a laugh-out-loud showcase for various styles of stand-up that get people noticed. But the Australian comic goes one giant leap beyond that, joyfully wrapping each segment in layers of visual and conceptual genius. And so her one-liners are inspired by a spin-the-wheel game of random hateful subjects; a run of excruciatingly funny puns are spotlit as if they're from-the-heart confessionals; observational humour about Australians in England is itself observed with awkward detachment. Throughout, her "self doubt" rings her up on a tin-can phone and the whole performance gains a deeper dramatic meaning. Brilliantly conceived, this is one of the stand-out shows in this year's comedy programme.