Comedy night will help fight cancer
One of Australia’s best loved stand-up comedians, Joel Creasey will headline the Leukaemia Foundation’s annual fundraising event Comedy for Cure and Care at the Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre on July 29.
Supported by WA rising comedy star Matt Storer and Famous Sharron as MC, the event will raise vital funds to support people living with blood cancer, of which 35 are diagnosed every day.
At just 26 years-old, Creasey is one of Australia’s most-popular, acclaimed and charmingly controversial stand-up comedians, winning a legion of new fans in 2015 when he appeared on the first Australian season of Network Ten's I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here.
Creasey was recently crowned Comedian of the Year at the GQ Men of the Year Awards and has performed in numerous comedy festivals throughout the world.
His performance with Comedy for Cure and Care comes fresh off the sold out 2017 Melbourne International Comedy Festival, as well as landing the much coveted role this year as host of the hugely popular Eurovision SBS broadcast.
Tickets are on sale now through from the BREC Box Office, or by calling 1300 661 272.
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