Artwork for Rhys Nicholson – Huge Big Party Congratulations!: a black and white image of Rhys Nicholson, who has a blank expression on his face. Behind is a statement stroke of red paint.

Rhys Nicholson – Huge Big Party Congratulations!

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On this, the Year of our Lord 2024, it’s a brand-new, hour-long, stand-up comedy concert from your ol’ pal Rhys Nicholson. Only a coward wouldn’t attend.

Winner of Most Outstanding Show, Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2022.

As seen on RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under, Roast Battle UK, The Stand Up Sketch Show, Taskmaster AU & Netflix.


★★★★★
‘Skilful, elegant and perfectly crafted stand up.’
The Scotsman

★★★★★
‘This is a genuinely great stand-up comedian at work… awe-inspiring to watch.’
Time Out

★★★★★
‘There are few greater pleasures in Australian comedy than watching Rhys Nicholson in full flight’
The Age Australia

Age 18+
This performance contains strong language.

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Saturday 12th Oct 2024
Time
07:45 PM
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