Debate is a joke
The Big Joke Comedy Festival brings the finest comedians in the country together and asks them to ponder the premise Bigger is Better in the first Great Comedy Debate.
Fresh from Brisbanes most popular breakfast radio, the big boy of Aussie comedy, Greg Sullivan, is sure to have the other team on the ropes. Jonathon Atherton is a firm believer that small is beautiful, particularly when it comes to the male anatomy. Anthony Morgan has come out of his Tasmanian semi-retirement to re-launch his career. He makes his way back to the spotlight to chair the debate. Joining them in the hot seat will be Fiona McGary, Brendan Lovechild, Nick Sun and Elissa Hawke.
The Big Joke also boasts three impressive headline shows on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, February 14, 15 and 16.
For more program info check out the website at www.thebigjoke.com.au. Tickets are on sale now and a Big Joke Gold Pass will get you into all shows except workshops for $220.
The main events are:
My Funny Valentine, February 14 Julia Morris, Vanessa Wagner, Amelia Jane Hunter, Lola the Vamp, Tina Trash $37.50.
Mad Dogs & Englishmen, February 15 Anthony Morgan, Jonathon Atherton and Gordon Southern $37.50.
Think Thank Thunk, February 16 Peter Berner, Joel Ozborn and Nick Sun $37.50.
The Comedy Debate, February 17 $27.50.
You can buy tickets in Bangalow at the Urban/Bang Thai or book with a credit card over the phone on 6687 2000.
Freebie: The Echo has two passes for the Comedy Debate. To go in the draw to win phone 6622 2888 between 10.15 and 10.30am next Tuesday, January 29, and tell us if Australian sense of sportsmanship, US international policy or nuclear energy is the biggest joke.