Laugh for the love of ran­gas

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third an­nual Ran­gas for Ran­gas com­edy event tonight raises money for orang­utans, with prof­its go­ing to­wards Bor­neo Orang­utan Sur­vival. Comedian Mandy Nolan hosts with the puns pro­vided by red-headed wise­crack­ers Bev Kil­lick (pic­tured) and Steven J. White­ley. Kil­lick’s life has be­come all about boobs since she was asked to per­form as a bo­som buddy in Bust­ing Out! She ac­cepted the of­fer and has now toured for the last four years in Aus­tralia, New Zealand and the UK and Ed­in­burgh Fes­ti­val. She has worked with Weird Al Yankovic, Wayne Brady and com­edy duo Gina Ri­ley and Jane Turner when she cameoed on the TV se­ries, Kath and Kim. Ris­ing com­edy star White­ley is also a red head – or rather a red-bearded bald man. Ran­gas, orang­utan lovers and lovers of com­edy can get to­gether for a huge night of laughs, raf­fles, prizes and fun know­ing the mirth will save a few furry orange friends.

Ran­gas for Ran­gas Com­edy at Cur­rumbin RSL tonight. Tick­ets are $25.

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