119 Lamington Street, New Farm, Queensland 4005
3 Mar, 2017 - 25 Aug, 2017
Fridays just got funny at Brisbane Powerhouse. If you’ve been a fan of our comedy on Sundays, we encourage you to knock off early for a chance to start your weekend with a good laugh and a cold beer. A variety of local and Australian comedians will be bringing you the best one-liners, hilarious stories and side-splitting observations every Friday.
Brisbane’s own ImproMafia performs on the last Friday of each month with improvised comedy.
If you like your comedy free, funny and full of surprises, look no further than Knockoff on Fridays.
WARNING: May contain coarse language or concepts.
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Award-winning, indie-chart topping, independent Australian songwriter Jack Carty is bringing his ever-growing swag of songs to Brisbane Powerhouse.
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The very, very low budget Enya returns to Australia with a head full of dreams, a heart full of hope and a crappy keyboard from 1986.
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Comedian Dave Eastgate is rockin’ and he’s rollin’.
Arj Barker returns to his favourite place in Brisbane in 2017.
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Lucy and Scott will help you embrace your mediocrity along with your shattered dreams, and what’s more you’ll walk out feeling proud.
Cam Knight is returning to the Brisbane Comedy Festival in 2017 with his show, All Time.
Cameron James has gained a reputation for his wide range of observational and confessional material.
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