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JIMEOIN Twin Towns: Ev­ery­one’s favourite Ir­ish­man is back by pop­u­lar de­mand with his show The Ridicu­lous. From the ridicu­lous to the hi­lar­i­ous, head along to Jimeoin’s new show as he takes you into the brain of one the world’s best stand-up co­me­di­ans and masters of ob­ser­va­tional hu­mour that has gar­nered re­views in­clud­ing: “Ex­hil­a­rat­ing … ridicu­lous­ness”, “Jimeoin ex­cels at ob­ser­va­tional com­edy … funny and real” and “Jimeoin is a true com­edy leg­end do­ing what he does best …. find­ing the funny in ev­ery­day sit­u­a­tions”. On Satur­day, starts at 8pm Qld time. Tick­ets $44. PUPPETRY OF THE PE­NIS HOTA: Di­rect from Las Ve­gas, the Masters of Pe­nis Origami re­turn to shock and awe au­di­ences by fold­ing, twist­ing, bulging and scoop­ing their junk into cre­ations such as: The Pel­i­can, The Wind­surfer, The Eif­fel Tower, The Loch Ness monster and their sig­na­ture cre­ation, The Ham­burger – all pro­jected on to a huge screen for your close-up en­joy­ment! A world­wide phe­nom­e­non, this one-of-a-kind show has played to most of the Western World in­clud­ing all around Europe, the US and South Amer­ica. To get to the nuts and bolts of it, be ready to see some Wil­lies, John­sons, Peter Peck­ers, if you will. These guys will be per­form­ing in noth­ing but ten­nis shoes … and above all it’s re­ally damn funny. To­mor­row night at 8pm. Tick­ets $44.90 — $49.90 from hota.com.au THE WIG­GLES: WIG­GLE, WIG­GLE, WIG­GLE TOUR HOTA: The Wig­gles are com­ing to per­form for you as part of their Wig­gle Wig­gle Wig­gle tour! This brand new show will see Emma, Lachy, An­thony and Si­mon per­form­ing in over 150 lo­ca­tions in ev­ery state and ter­ri­tory in Aus­tralia. With so many sold out shows last year, you bet­ter get a wig­gle on and get your tick­ets now as tick­ets to the Wig­gle Wig­gle Wig­gle tour will sell like hot po­ta­toes! Shows Wed­nes­day at 10am and 4.30pm. Tick­ets $32.50 avail­able from hota.com.au BLEACH* FES­TI­VAL 2018 Var­i­ous lo­ca­tions: The an­nual Bleach* Fes­ti­val be­gins today, big­ger and bet­ter than ever. With events from Tide, the 48-hour straight per­for­mance piece in the wa­ters of the Cur­rumbin Es­tu­ary, to a big band Open­ing Party with Mel­bourne Ska Orches­tra, to a two-week pho­to­graphic show­ing of Sea Level — The Art of Aware­ness at Dust Tem­ple Cur­rumbin, to live mu­sic from The Cat Em­pire, Yothu Yindi, Amy Shark and more – there’s some­thing for ev­ery­one. Read all about it in our Bleach* flip­book — go to the Play cover and then flip it! Or for all the de­tails go to bleach­fes­ti­val.com.au


ZOOKEEPERS South­port Sharks: Modern jive live from 8.30pm. Free en­try. A NIGHT AT THE OPERA De Vito Wa­ter­front: Big vo­cals and fa­mous arias from David De Vito and Raf­faele Pierno, a tenor di­rect from Naples. From 6pm.Free. Book­ings rec­om­mended.


MARK WAT­SON South­port Sharks: Open for Good Fri­day, dy­namic and soul­ful en­ter­tainer Mark Wat­son will per­form a range of styles from 5.30pm. Free en­try. KILLER QUEEN Twin Towns: Killer Queen, sounds like Queen, en­ter­tains like Queen and John Blunt’s un­canny like­ness to Fred­die Mer­cury has to be seen and heard to be be­lieved. Fine-tun­ing their per­for­mance since 2003, you don’t have to close your eyes to imag­ine the real thing. Their fully-cos­tumed show amaz­ingly like Queen, their su­perb har­monies and their in­stru­men­tals per­formed by the cream of Aus­tralian mu­si­cians will not dis­ap­point but will have you want­ing more. Ex­pect all the clas­sics in­clud­ing Bo­hemian Rhap­sody, Killer Queen, We Are the Cham­pi­ons, An­other Ones Bites the Dust, Some­body to Love, Don’t Stop Me Now and more. Starts at 8pm Qld time. Tick­ets $35. AMARU PUMAC KUNTUR NightQuar­ter: Amaru Pumac Kuntur is a Peru­vian tribal rock band per­form­ing live at NightQuar­ter along with the reg­u­lar NightQuar­ter Spec­tac­u­lar, as well as a spe­cial Easter Trea­sure Hunt and kids’ Easter bas­ket work­shop. Doors open 4pm. En­try $3. STOWAWAYS Ra­mada Ho­tel Hope Har­bour: Duo per­forms cov­ers and orig­i­nals from pop, coun­try and soul to funk, reg­gae, indie and ’50s rock and roll. From 6pm. Free en­try. GOOD FRI­DAY FAVOURITES De Vito Wa­ter­front: With the singing chef David De Vito on pi­ano, gui­tar, vo­cals and “may­hem”, plus Tarscha De Vito and Philip­pines Got Tal­ent win­ner Stef Lazaro on vo­cals. Starts at 6pm. Book­ings rec­om­mended.


The Wig­gles are head­ing for HOTA on Wed­nes­day.

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