Laugh? Why Not

Now this is a good face for comedy. And it has a name. Stuart Fisher. You can see the faces mouth move a lot at the Why Not Stand Up gig in Byron next Wednesday.

Why Not Stand Up at the Why Not restaurant in the main drag of Byron is where every month eight up-and-coming comedians try out their hottest five minutes of gags under the humorous eye of a professional comedian.

Next Wednesday, November 29, is the last gig for the year and it will feature Brisbane comic Stuart Fisher, who has just returned from a headline tour of New Zealands comedy clubs. (Yes, both of them.)

And Mandy Nolan will be sticking her funny head in for a five-minute spot.

Tickets are $30 and include a meal and a glass of champagne and entry to the comedy room.

Dinner starts from 7pm and its imperative that you book on 6680 7994.

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