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Need a laugh? Brisbane Comedy Festival to liven up the Powerhouse

Need a laugh? Brisbane Comedy Festival to liven up the Powerhouse

The Brisbane Comedy Festival will hit the Brisbane Powerhouse in March, promising a giggling start to autumn. And let’s admit it, after such a mixed-up summer (storms, floods, cyclone, and a weekend heat wave), I think we can all use a bit of humour.

So what can you expect from the Festival which opens Tuesday 1 March and ends Sunday 27 March? Enjoy well-known comedians who will return to the popular festival, plus a handful of new funny faces. Also returning is Chalkboard, which offers a surprise, late night line-up every Friday and Saturday night. Tickets go on sale at noon on the day of the show. And if it’s anything like last year, these evenings sell out super fast – so remember to get in quick!

Headlining comedians you can look forward to seeing are: Wil Anderson, Josh Thomas, George McEncroe, Mel Buttle, Josh Earl, Lily Tomlin, Dave O’Neil, Peter Helliar and Denise Scott. To view the full programme, visit the Brisbane Powerhouse website.

Yours in Brisbane comedy,


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