How funny is the bloke who worked at the Vatican? Find out
Put a former Vatican employee and the actor behind the Riddler who scares your children at Dreamworld and you've got yourself a seriously lethal concoction of laughs.
Upcoming comedians Marcus Davis and Jonny Haselam are splitting the comedy lineup in an hour-long show, Some Kind of Wonder at the 2018 Bris Funny Fest.
They will each bring 30 minutes of brand new material, plus some solid gold hits to tickle your cochlea. Marcus Davis was positively traumatised as a child so now he has a love of words, language, travel and anxiety. Plus, he's worked with the Vatican, doing their paperwork and has been a voiceover artist in the lifts of Tokyo.
Jonny Haselam is your typical Gold Coaster - hairy, pale, somewhat non-threatening. He's spent the last 33 years mildly entertaining people at the Glitter Strip's theme parks to Tim, a butcher. It wasn't until he combined music and jokes that Jonny tapped into a deep well of comedy.
They are both RAW Comedy QLD State Finalists and I have seen them both in action, together.
They are funny, mental, somewhat laughable and somewhat entertaining. Since they are only charging $15 a show, they're definitely worth a gamble, especially since their debut show together last year, "The August Gentlemen-tal" was a sell-out.
This year, they want you back.
Even the owner of their venue Holy Moly Espresso in Spring Hill, Ciaran is dishing out some special menus for the nights they are on, Aug 9-11 and Aug 16-18.
They must be funny, or just likeable guys. Try them out.