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Laughter set to echo through City Hall

22 January, 2015

Comedy fans can now get their hands on tickets for the Brisbane Comedy Festival Gala to be held at 7pm, Saturday 28 February in the stunning City Hall.

Supported by Lord Mayor Graham Quirk and Brisbane City Council, the gala event is a new addition to the popular annual Brisbane Comedy Festival.

Comedians Matt Okine, Ronny Chieng, Fiona O’Loughlin and Dave O’Neil will be among those taking the stage as part of a top line-up of Australian talent.

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk said it promised to be a night filled with laughter.

“We’ve got some great comedians from across Australia performing at the Gala as well as some high profile home grown Brisbane talent,” he said.

“Tickets are in high demand and already selling quickly so I’d encourage residents to book now to make sure they don’t miss out.

“I’m delighted to be supporting the Brisbane Comedy Festival Gala and am looking forward to some great entertainment.”

The night will also be a first of its kind for the newly refurbished City Hall which will be making its debut as a Brisbane Comedy Festival venue.

Cr Quirk said it was a great opportunity to showcase the potential of one of Brisbane’s most iconic buildings.

“City Hall is a wonderful performance venue and I’m pleased to see it joining the Brisbane Powerhouse as a stage for comedians to show off their talents during this festival,” he said.

“Brisbane is a vibrant, creative city and has a great reputation for attracting artists and entertainers of all kinds.”

Brisbane Comedy Festival Gala
Date: Saturday, 28 February
Time: 7pm
Location: City Hall, Brisbane CBD
Cost: $55 (full) $47 (concession)

The Brisbane Comedy Festival is presented by Brisbane Powerhouse and the Courier-Mail, supported by the Lord Mayor.

For more information and tickets, visit www.brisbanepowerhouse.org or call Council on 3403 8888.

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