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Land Locked comedy show supports surf club

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After hitting the stage in 2003, Rob Brown has become one of Australia’s leading stand-up comedians. He will entertain the Bundaberg crowd at Land Locked on 22 May.

It will be a barrel of laughs as Queensland’s best cruise ship comedians put on their Land Locked comedy show at Riverfeast to raise money for Bundaberg Surf Life Saving Club.

The Land Locked comedy tour stars four comedians, Rob Brown, Fiona McGary, Steve Allison and Andrew Nason, in a show which will set sail to four regional communities before finishing off in Bundaberg on Sunday 22 May.

Bundaberg Surf Life Saving Club secretary Amanda Findlay said the event would be the ideal way to finish off the Bundaberg Surf Life Saving Club’s centenary weekend celebrations.

“The timing just happened to be on the same weekend and what better way to finish off a weekend of celebrating than to sit down with a beer and have a laugh,” she said. 

“Corporate Comedians approached us with the idea and it seemed like something that we could manage.

“It’s an opportunity to have a laugh and see four of Queensland’s best cruise ship comedians.

“Riverfeast is hosting the event and there'll be a food vendor and live music from 3 pm and the comedy show starts at 5 pm.”

Land Locked
There will be a barrel of laughs as Queensland’s best cruise ship comedians put on a Land Locked show at Riverfeast to raise money for Bundaberg Surf Life Saving Club.

Amanda said the Land Locked comedy show would help to cover future running costs of the Bundaberg Surf Life Saving Club.

“Bundaberg Surf Life Saving Club continues to raise funds to keep volunteer patrols operational,” she said.

“There's ongoing costs for patrol operations and these funds will go towards starting off the new season fully functioning.”

A Corporate Comedians spokesperson said the show would be a great opportunity for the comedians to engage with communities who were doing it tough during COVID-19.

“The show brings all the fun of a cruise ship without the buffet or sea sickness,” the spokesperson said.

“It presents an opportunity for regional non-profit organisations to raise much-needed funds to continue the great work they do in their local communities.”

The Land Locked comedy tour is made possible through a grant from Arts Queensland.

It will be held at Riverfeast on Sunday 22 May.

To purchase tickets, click here.

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