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July 1, 2019


The 2019 Melt Festival Comedy Gala at the Brisbane Powerhouse last night was a smorgasbord of gay, lesbian, and transgender stand-ups — kind of like hilarious tapas, only you are left feeling satisfied!

The Menu…

MEXICAN BURITO...

November 11, 2017

With seven local Brisbane comedians presenting seven very different styles of stand up, regular patrons felt they’d been given a bonus (Knockoff usually feature between four—six comedians).

August 22, 2017

Greg Larsen had the audience hanging on every word as he built up stories with meticulous detail and suddenly dropped both twisted and hilarious punch lines. Speaking to a full house, his easy-going approach made the audience feel like his mates swapping stories over b...

August 14, 2017

An Asian and an Aboriginal walk into a bar and delight a sold out audience in Bris Funny Fest’s Token Ethnics. Not caring about upholding political correctness, stand-up comedians Ting Lim and Stephanie Tisdell are witty and brutally honest about the way they tell it l...

August 13, 2017

I’m a huge fan of Lindsay Webb’s observational-style, quick wit, high energy, and clever audience banter. I really like his work. I like him a lot. So, naturally, I had certain expectations when I went to see his show ‘World’s Greatest Exaggerator’ at the Bris Funny Fe...

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