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HEAVYWEIGHTS OF HA HA

HEAVYWEIGHTS OF HA HA
When:
13.07.2010 - 25.07.2010 20.30 h - 22.30 h
TUE-SAT JULY 13-24
Where:
THE COMEDY STORE - Moore Park
Price:
Tue $10*, Wed $15*, Thu $20*, Fri $25*, Sat $30*, *+bf
Bookings:
02 9357 1419
Category:
Comedy

No Show Wednesday 21 July 
Jackie Loeb appears only July 13-17 &
Chris Wainhouse appears only July 20-24


In the blue corner, you, the audience. In the red corner, Australia's best serving up knockout punchlines in this sensational main event at Australia's premier comedy club.

Featuring Smart Casual, Jackie Loeb, Chris Wainhouse, Bruce Griffiths, Joel Creasey, all kept above the belt by ref John Robertson.

You'll be suckerpunched silly by stand up, musical comedy, puppetry, and one liners until you're red in the face! It’s an action packed star studded variety showcase of the best in live comedy featuring: 

Smart Casual are Roger David (on guitar) and Fletcher Jones (on beard), arguably Australia's smartest, most casual musical duo, direct from a national tour on the prestigious Melbourne Comedy Festival’s Roadshow.

 

 

 

Jackie Loeb, as seen on Good News Week is a classic chanteuse multi instrumentalist comedian, and "one of the top five comedy acts" – Sydney Morning Herald.

Chris Wainhouse (Rove Live) has been Winner of Melbourne Comedy Festival’s prestigious Raw Comedy Competition, AND Sydney Comic of the Year & is heralded for sharp, witty stand up which is sometimes unpredictable, sometimes shocking, sometimes clean & always very, very funny.

 

 

Bruce Griffiths is a one liner machine, one of Australia’s most reputed comedians and writers with credits on Good News Week & Andrew Denton.

Joel Creasey is one of Australia’s youngest professional comics. At 19, he was nominated for this year’s Melbourne Comedy Festival Best Newcomer Award, making waves with his unstoppable pace and bitchin’ attitude!

Your ref for this Heavyweight bunch is the inimitable John Robertson. Direct from winning Critics Choice & Artists Choice at Perth Comedy Festival, on his last visit to The Comedy Store The Daily Telegraph said “The highlight was Robertson... he's funny and sharp”.

See you ringside.



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