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Join Servo Pie on their quest to find The Holy Kickons
Hosted at the Ron Hurly Theatre as a part of Bris Comedy Fest, The Holy Kickons is a comedic play depicting one drunken young man and his quest to find 'the Holy Kickons' and save the world (of course).
For those uncultured folk, a "kickon" is defined by the Urban Dictionary as "an after-party after a night out with the rowdiest of boys, usually involves heinous amounts alcohol."
So grab yourself a Revel Brewing Co beer (which is shamelessly plugged throughout the spiel), sit back, relax and let this team of young comedians take you on a journey through some of the most relatable blunders faced by the baccy-smokin' sesh gremlins of today's youth.
Without giving too much away, these four young comedians take the ever-faithful Aussie 'kickon' and turn it into a story of fate, love and camaraderie. Not without good moral and a sense of lightheartedness, the show is packed full with politically-questionable jokes, almost-racial slurs and the silly sex jokes that will take you right back to year 8 hanging out at the bus stop with your mates after school.
Notably, the show ended on a high note when the cast took their bows and danced the line of the fourth wall by inviting the crowd to join them at a local bar… Kickons, if you will.
Self-proclaimed "mediocre comedy group" Servo Pie are the four-person team behind the show, and boy do they live up to their name. If you're looking for that good old style crusty-dad humour (but with twists and turns you'll need to search on online to know the origin of), there is no stop better than The Holy Kickons.
The show itself runs for about 1-1.5 hours and encompasses everything from stand up comedy, to gender-play, to the punniest of self-deprecating jokes, the team at Servo Pie do not fail to provide a show that is both commercially funny and really hit a nerve in the hearts of Brisbane's youth.
The Holy Kickons is on for two days only, so you'll just have to keep an eye on Servo Pie over at this link. For more information on The Holy Kickons, you can visit their Facebook event here.