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June 23, 2018

Three fast paced acts, three amazing sets, live orchestra, delicious humour, plot twists and more – this is The Merry Widow staged by Opera Queensland!

If you ever thought that opera is boring, it is time to re-think. This is Oscar Wilde meets slapstick comedy! A juicy...

May 20, 2018

When Alex Williamson walked onto the Eatons Hill Hotel stage last night for the Brisbane leg of his national tour ‘So Wrong, It’s Wrong’, the crowd roared.

Entertaining an audience of approximately 1,000 Caucasian Millennials, it’s easy to see why the 30-year-old Austra...

April 15, 2018

Comedy sketch duo Cheeky Moon’s most recent one-hour show, Lickety Split, was oozing with side-splitting goodness.

It was Garfunkel and Oates meets SNL at the Metro Arts Theatre where Claire Coe and Alistair Craig performed to a sold-out crowd on Saturday night. The Che...

April 5, 2018

A provocative and spectacular revue, Hot Brown Honey is a lively feminist rally at which the audience are invited to ‘make some noise’ and join the hip hop revolution.

March 14, 2018

Brissy girl Gillian Cosgriff, who now resides in Melbourne, is uber talented (singing, playing keyboard and composing her own songs); is uber anxious about the unknown (space and marriage) and manages to make it all uber funny.

Cosgriff, a WAAPA graduate and award winni...

March 14, 2018

If someone can make an entire audience laugh until tears roll down their faces, then comedy is what they were born to do. Such is the gift of Harley Breen, proven in his new show ‘Flat Out Doing Nothing’.

Breen’s a smart guy—he realised what’s important and acted on it....

March 11, 2018

After starting a career in law, James Smith segued into comedy and has never looked back. Appearing in a plethora of television shows, both in Australia and the United States, Smith embarked his six-city Australia and New Zealand 2018 comedy festival run this weekend.


March 10, 2018

An international festival favourite and veteran of the comedy circuit, Jeff Green’s latest show '30' celebrates 30 years in comedy. Green has an impressive resume with appearances on Spicks and Specks, Good News Week, The Big Music Quiz and The Melbourne Comedy Festiva...

March 8, 2018

Don’t let the ethereal aesthetics fool you; wickedly funny comedian Daniel Sloss is no angel.

Aware that he’s no saint, Sloss asks the audience in his new show ‘Now’ to decide if he is a sociopath. It’s easy to see why this question plays on his mind — he passed his gra...

March 7, 2018

Texas-born Melbournian Jude Perl is a talent to behold. She can sing, play piano, she makes up songs oh yeah AND she’s funny.

Perl, who has received commercial radio airplay for her pop song Boys and Girls, is an accomplished jazz musician (she studied jazz at uni) and...

March 7, 2018

Becky Lucas is yet another Brisbane-born comedian (Luke Heggie, Matt Okine, Mel Buttle), a part of the raw comedy alumni performing her show Cute Funny Smart Sexy Beautiful as part of the Brisbane Comedy Festival.

Lucas keeps busy not only performing nationally and inte...

March 3, 2018

Our very own Luke Heggie is back performing at this year’s Brisbane Comedy Festival with his latest show ‘Tiprat’ asking for ‘no lowbreeds please’. His trademark sarcasm and deadpan style are prevalent while he dissects Aussie idiot culture, himself included.

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