Lano and Woodley –Fly

New Farm, Brisbane Area

5 – 10 June 2018 - 

Indicative Rate * AU$40 to AU$59.90

After 12 long years, it’s with almost uncontainable excitement that Lano and Woodley present to Australian audiences, their brand new show FLY.

An epic show, a tribute to the pioneers of flight, The Wright Brothers. No more mucking around, Colin and Frank have grown up and now it is time to make theatre. Although there is no reason whatsoever to think this will go as planned.

Lano (Colin Lane) and Woodley (Frank Woodley) came together in 1986 as two parts of a three hander called The Found Objects. When three became two in 1994, they became Lano and Woodley for a show at Melbourne’s tiny Carlton Courthouse. That show went on to win the prestigious Perrier Award for best comedy in Edinburgh, making Lano and Woodley only the second Australian artists to take out the award. They returned home to full houses and a television show co-produced with the ABC and BBC. Then in 2006, more than 150,000 people came to the Good Bye tour to say farewell.

Now, they are back.

Don’t miss the Australian comedy event of 2018. Book today.

Event Dates

This event occurs once only on:
5 – 10 June 2018
12 – 17 June 2018

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
All Tickets $40 - $59.90 Please note that a transaction fee of $5.95 applies

Event Venues


Brisbane Powerhouse
Address:
119 Lamington Street
New Farm
Queensland, Australia 4005

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