It was Saturday the 9th of March at the Brisbane Comedy Festival, and Karen and I were having a wonderful time. We had arrived mid afternoon on a sunny day, attended a performance of Brisburned@Work for Scenestr which Karen really enjoyed, taken in a session of Queensland Theatresports, run into some people we knew and really had a great time and had our fill of the tasty bar food. Yet the day was not yet over as we descended the stairs that led to the Turbine Studio.
The Turbine Studio a smaller more intimate venue is housed right next door right across the Visy Theatre on the same floor – the river level. Despite seeing some fantastic shows at their more glamourous cousin the Powerhouse Theatre I have to admit I have a soft spot for these two venues and maybe in particular the Turbine studio just because it tends feature shows or entertainers that are building towards something. I saw Nath Valvo at the Turbine Studio when he was big in Melbourne but growing his fanbase here, one of the first performances of Love/Hate Actually, Cassie George in There’s Something About Mary(s), the promising debut of the Grass Is Dead On The Other Side and so as I headed to see After Hours at the same venue it felt appropriate. By choosing to attend I was in on a secret, by staying later I was somehow more hardcore and more genuine than other audiences but little did I realise what a treat I was in for. You can read more of my thoughts here https://www.weekendnotes.com/after-hours-brisbane-comedy-festival/
Afterwards Karen and I headed off into the night to home and bed. It had been a good day spent at the Brisbane Comedy Festival 2019.
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6 thoughts on “AFTER HOURS REVIEW AVAILABLE ON WEEKEND NOTES”
Nice review as usual, Lloyd. Great photos of an interesting space too. 🙂
Best wishes, Pete.
Thanks Pete, I thought people might find it interesting to see it at midnight with the lights off. I’d say we were for at least 8 hours if not more. Reminds me of back in the day being at BIFF.
Good camera eye. Great shots.
I’m not sure of that Don but I’ll take the compliment. Thank you.
Sounds like another great night out – plus a review!!
Thanks GP, so far I’ve seen 8 shows, 4 of them on assignment. With two movies and an interview for QCT on the way as well. It’s been a busy month and one I’m very grateful for.