Te Oro Presents: Legacy

Frickin Dangerous Bro is back at Te Oro with their 2019 NZ Comedy Festival show for three nights only.

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  • Ages R13
  • Cost $22
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  • Thu, 19 Sep at 7PM
  • Fri, 20 Sep at 7PM
  • Sat, 21 Sep at 7PM

Frickin Dangerous Bro is back at Te Oro with their 2019 NZ Comedy Festival show for three nights only.

After becoming finalists, but failing to secure the coveted Fred Award at the 2018 NZ International Comedy Festival, Frickin Dangerous Bro hit rock bottom. In one year everything fell apart and it seemed like NZ's all-time greatest sketch group was no more. Until they heard that the NZ International Comedy Festival was happening again in 2019. Now, the boys have jumped back on the gruelling path to redemption in order to cement their ‘Legacy’. Come witness their return to glory.

Fred Award Losers, 2018

"A Frickin Dangerous Bro show feels like you're at a party with some hilarious friends" -

"It was smart comedy at its best" - Waikato Times

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Frickin Dangerous Bro

Frickin Dangerous Bro is New Zealand’s brownest, funniest and cockiest sketch comedy trio, consisting of Jamaine Ross, James Roque and Pax Assadi. Separately, they are solo stand-up comedians, but together, they’re a comedy Voltron.

As Frickin Dangerous Bro, their live shows are a mixture of sketch and stand-up, with style best described as hilarious and anarchic. They always have a plan, but that plan is often derailed when one of them makes a seemingly innocuous comment at the moment, and all of their comedic instincts kick in, and they go way off track, which means every show they do is unique.

Their comedy is a mixture of hilarious observations and stories, a touch of social commentary, and a whole lot of straight-up goofiness.

As well as putting on live shows, they have made multiple TV appearances on the 2017 NZ Comedy Gala, AotearoHa: Rising Stars, The Spinoff TV, and as co-hosts of Season 1 of Maori TV’s Only In Aotearoa, where they made up half of the writing team.

They also host a weekly podcast called The Frickin Dangerous Bro Show as part of the Little Empire Podcast Network, where some of their sketch and stand-up inspiration comes from.

Frickin Dangerous Bro

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