Just under 300 people were put into hysterics on Sunday night at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow event at the Cowra Civic Centre. It was one of the biggest events at the Civic Centre since the start of the COV-ID-19 pandemic, with 293 people being entertained by five hilarious comedians. MC and comedian Brett Blake was joined by fellow comedians Blake Free-man, Bronwyn Kuss, Frankie McNair, Luka Muller, who each brought their own unique personalities and comedic style to the stage for the approximately two hour show.
The Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow features young and upcoming Australian comedians that are a part of the main festival in Melbourne each year, giving them a platform to help them promote themselves.
Cowra Civic Centre Manager Jonathan Llewellyn said he planned on getting the Roadshow, and other comedy nights, to Cowra again regularly.
“My plan is to continue to program com-edy regularly,” he said.
“I thought the night went really, really well. People were obviously looking for a good night out, a great laugh and an escape for a couple of hours.”
With many guests coming to Cowra from out of town for the show, Mr Llewellyn said the event was also an economical
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