I'm a mother of four with two coeliac children. I'm always on the lookout for great gluten-free spots around Brisbane and feature gluten-free cooking in my blog: coeliacfamily.blogspot.com.au
I'm also a muso and enjoy live music around town.
Get a belly full of laughs at this spicy comedy night
If you like your comedy a little bit on the spicy side, then Sandeep Totlani's debut solo show The Curry Monster might be just the thing to put a little bit of heat into your evening.
Performing as part of this year's 2019 Bris Funny Fest, Sandeep will share with his audiences an honest, dark and spicy look at his life as a student and as an immigrant to Australia. This hilarious hour of a clashing of cultures, food jokes and attack on Australia's Immigration Policies promises to keep the laughter rolling and the truth revealed.
Sandeep Totlani - one of Brisbane's best up and coming comedians
Sandeep has been described as Brisbane's best up and coming Comedian, with a likeable stage presence. His performances at Perth's Fringeworld and the Adelaide Fringe Festival sold out with positive reviews in the West Australian. He has supported well-known comedian's Danny Bhoy, Kanan Gill, Matt Okine, Zakir Khan and more. To find out more, visit Sandeep's Facebook Page or enjoy the video below:
There will be two performances at the Heya Bar in the Valley on 17th and 18th August at 6pm and bar facilities are available. Tickets are $15 dollars and are available through Premier Tickets.
The Heya Bar is also well-known for its Pan-Asian street-style food and the kitchens open from 5pm if you would like to book a table to eat before or after the show. The food is reasonably priced with dishes ranging from $10 - $15 and the venue is very atmospheric with mysterious doorways, secret rooms, dimly lit corners as it's hidden away in its subterranean location under bustling Brunswick Street.