Dan Rath & Blake Freeman - Split Show - Completed
at Heya Bar
Saturday, 31 August 2019 from 7:00 PM to 7:50 PM + Add to calendar31/08/2019 19:0031/08/2019 19:50Australia/BrisbaneDan Rath & Blake Freeman - Split ShowDan Rath & Blake Freeman - Split Show Saturday, 31 August 2019 from 7:00 PM to 7:50 PM (Brisbane) Organiser Kate Rudge Address Heya Bar 351 Brunswick Street Fortitude Valley Brisbane 4006 Australia HEYA bar is open for food and drinks from 2.30pm for Saturday & Sunday shows and 5pm for all weekday shows. www.facebook.com/heyabarbrisbane/ Children aged 14-17 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian, present for a wristband on arrival & depart the venue by 10pm. For cheaper parking online try www.secureparking.com.au/en-au/car-parks/australia/queensland/brisbane/fortitude-valley/388-brunswick-street-car-park. Show content does not reflect opinions of Heya Bar, staff & management. Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/88821/dan_rath__blake_freeman__split_show.aspxHeya Bar
351 Brunswick Street
Fortitude Valley Brisbane 4006
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WINNER BEST NEWCOMER - 2019 Melbourne International Comedy Festival
★★★★½ Herald Sun 2019
Blake Freeman is one of Australia’s brightest new comedians, making a name for himself with his own brand of energetic and disarmingly honest comedy. Through his youthful energy and charismatic delivery Blake weaves charming stories, making the intensely personal relatable.
2019 is proving to be a breakthrough year for Blake – His debut stand up show 'There's Something There' was nominated for, and won, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s award for ‘Best Newcomer’, had a sell-out season at both the Brisbane and Sydney Comedy Festivals, and travels to the acclaimed Soho Theatre in London’s West End.
"This guy is live and direct and has the easy, candid demeanour of a man born to be a comedian." - Herald Sun 2019
Dan Rath has enough parking ticket debt to cripple a small European country and he has watched his car get cubed by the government. He has been disrespected by his colleagues and is bruised and battered with nothing to lose. His low status means he has heightened cortisol production and is not equipped to take a gentle ribbing. He has a diverse set of interests including prime numbers.
His comedy will appeal to:
a) burnouts with no driver’s license
b) folks who have paid a visit to marijuana island
Dan Rath is ready to capitulate to the desires of the audience. All this stammering boob wants is a playmate.
HEYA bar is open for food and drinks from 2.30pm for Saturday & Sunday shows and 5pm for all weekday shows.
Children aged 14-17 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian, present for a wristband on arrival & depart the venue by 10pm.
For cheaper parking online try www.secureparking.com.au/en-au/car-parks/australia...
Show content does not reflect opinions of Heya Bar, staff & management,