- Tuesday 12 January 2016
It’s the all-original Aboriginal Comedy Allstars showcase, featuring four of the brightest comedy stars under the Southern Cross, at Sunshine Coast Council’s Lake Kawana Community Centre on Thursday, March 10 at 7.30pm.
It doesn’t get more Aussie than this! Featuring Kevin Kropinyeri, one of Australia’s leading Aboriginal comedians who is a regular performer at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival (MICF) and a regular guest on TV including Seven’s Weekend Sunrise, Shiralee Hood (MICF Deadly Funny, Deadly Awards), Matt Ford (winner Class Clowns 2010) and introducing Dane Simpson
At its heart, Aboriginal Comedy Allstars is a high-quality comedy showcase, with a compelling thematic hook.
Aboriginal Comedy Allstars is for fans of solid mainstream stand-up with a folksy flavour, from genuinely, home-grown new talent, with some fresh and fascinating new perspectives on contemporary Australian life.
Don’t miss this great night out, book your tickets now by calling Lake Kawana Community Centre on 5413 1400, or visit www.scvenuesandevents.com.au. Tickets are $38 per adult, $35 for concession, $32 for SCvip Members, or just $29 for those aged 26 years and under. Be quick as early bird discounts apply before January 31.
Lake Kawana Community Centre is located at 114 Sportsmans Parade, Bokarina and offers convenient parking at the venue.
About the featured comedians
Matt Ford (QLD) is the latest in a squad of exciting young talents rapidly establishing themselves as the next generation of Australian stand-up. Matt has worked with the likes of Doug Stanhope, Tom Gleeson, and Tom Ballard.
Shiralee Hood (VIC/ACT/WA) has survived the Canberra bushfires, lived next to the Tent Embassy's sacred fire outside Parliament House in Canberra and had her front teeth knocked out swinging on a Hill's Hoist (which is about as Aussie as it gets).
Kevin Kropinyeri (VIC/SA) is Australia’s premier Aboriginal comedy star, a high energy whirlwind that will have you holding your sides laughing, as he shares tales of growing up, marriage and the particular, absurd challenges of life as an Aboriginal Australian family man.
Dane Simpson is proving that the best comedy can be found in the most genuine human experiences. The winner of NSW final in the Deadly Funny comedy competition in 2015, Dane’s cheeky online sketches are rapidly making him a Facebook star, with more than 50,000 views.
“This show is hilarious. Belly aching, cheek hurting, hilarious… See it. See it. See it.” – Adelaide Advertiser.