Big laughs coming to Eumundi

Put Friday 11 and Saturday 12 November in your diary for what is sure to be a helluva funny weekend when the The Sunshine Coast Comedy Festival bring the big laughs to The Brewery at The Imperial Hotel Eumundi.  

Vanessa Mitchell

Vanessa Mitchell – Teardrops On My Dildo – Friday 11 November
Fabulous, filthy and downright hilarious!  Brace yourselves for a wild ride of side-splitting hilarity with the modern-day Queen of Sass, Vanessa Mitchell, as she takes you on a laugh-out-loud adventure of her trials and tribulations of parenting, dating and all things female.

Tickets are $30 (+ booking fee) and available via Oztix
Doors open at 6.30pm, show starts at 7pm. 18+ event. Seated show

Laughable Heat #2 – Saturday 12 November

This is the Sunny Coast Comedy Fest’s very own comedy Hunger Games – encouraging all aspiring stand-ups to bring the LOLs for a chance to win a cash prize and a headline spot on next year’s Laughable Comeback Show. With heats all over the coast and the grand finale on Sunday, the Coast’s best up-n-comers battle it out, live on stage.

If you’re keen to take to the mic, register for Laughable by emailing admin@sunshinecoastcomedyfestival.com

To be in the audience – just show up! All welcome.

Doors open at 1.30pm and the fun starts at 2pm. Free entry.

Ting Lim and Ashwin Segkar ‘Rice & Spice’ – Saturday 12 November

Enjoy the distinctive comedic stylings of Ting Lim and Ashwin Segkar as they join forces for Rice & Spice.

Singaporean-born Ting Lim is a beloved favourite on the Brisbane comedy scene. With an easy charm, her darkly intelligent observations about life and human nature have made her rising star in Australian comedy. A regular at the Sit Down Comedy Club, Ting has performed all over Australia and Singapore, supporting the likes of Jimeoin, Matt Okine and more. Ting had a string of successful shows in the Melbourne Comedy Festival as well as the Brisbane, Adelaide and Sydney Fringe Festivals. Daring, razor-sharp and infectious.

Growing up between Indian and western culture, with a childhood in NZ, Australia and Malaysia, Ashwin Segkar’s comedy is an unexpected take on ordinary life. He has brought humour to audiences with shows at major festivals and also entertains audiences across Queensland as a radio host.

Tickets are $30 + booking fee (full price) and $25 + booking fee (concession) and are available via Oztix

Doors open at 5pm, show starts at 5.30pm.

18+ event. This is a seated show.

Chopper

Heath Franklin ‘Chopper’ – Saturday 12 November

Covid safe and harder than ever, Aussie comedy legend – Chopper – brings his smash hit show ‘The Silencer’ to town.

Anti-vaxxers, lockdowns, Karens, cancel culture, Mr Potatohead – the outrage is deafening. Everyone is crazy, everyone has an opinion, everyone is wrong. 

In amongst all this noise and hysteria and angst, and snowflakes and trolls, who will give us a bit of bloody shush? Chopper is here to machete our way through the jungle of bulls**t.

As Chopper, Heath Franklin is an Australian cultural and comedy icon. With his own TV show, four live comedy specials, 2 ARIA nominations, a Logie nomination and over 500,000 tickets sold world-wide, Chopper has nearly done it all.

The man behind the tatts and ‘stash, Heath Franklin is an actor, comedic performer, improviser, and writer. He is currently working on new TV and stage projects and is highly sought-after corporate event speaker.

Tickets are $35 + booking fee (full price) and $30 + booking fee (concession) and are available via Oztix.

Doors open at 7pm, show starts at 7:30pm. 

18+ show. This is a seated event.

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