Australia’s premier comedy roadshow is coming your way!
Australia’s biggest and best comedy spectacular is setting off on its 26th annual road trip around the country! Showcasing the finest talents from the 2024 Melbourne International Comedy Festival, we’re delivering a dose of laughter right to your doorstep!
Featuring a line-up of beloved comedy royalty alongside the freshest sensations from the Festival, all in one hilarious show that guarantees nationwide laughs.
Gather your pals, secure your tickets, and get ready for a well-deserved blast of comedy when the 2024 Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow graces the stage at BREC!
TICKETS & VENUE INFO
If you experience any difficulties booking tickets, please contact our Box Office Team on 1300 661 272 – Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri 10am to 4pm.
ACCESSIBILITY For accessible bookings please contact our Box Office Team on 1300 661 272.
The safety of our patrons, staff, and community remains our priority, and we’re working hard to ensure your safety while visiting BREC.
We continue to encourage online bookings and contactless payments at the bar.
A doorway to the arts that’s always open!
We want everyone to have the opportunity to see this show at BREC.
So here’s our offer. Through BREC Access we are making some seats available for those who need a good night out but who can’t manage full price at the moment and we invite those who can to ‘pay it forward’ and choose a higher price.
$10.00 OPEN – I need a good night out but the cost of living is starting to bite!
$25.00 ENTER – I need a good night out but can pay a bit more
$70.00 FLING – I want to pay it forward and fling open the doors for someone else
* Limited BREC Access Tickets available
‘A seamless and ultra-hilarious evening!’
‘We were laughing from the moment the lights went down, to well into the drive home.’
‘Wiping tears away and wheezing from the sheer joy.’
‘Side-splitting fun, razor-sharp, high velocity wit.’
Daily Examiner, Grafton (NSW)
‘Melbourne Comedy Festival Roadshow… has everyone’s humour covered.’
The Sunday Times (WA)