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The Clubhouse With Harley Breen


Thu 15 Aug 2019, 8:00pm–9:45pm

Where: The Hobart Brewing Company, 16 Evans Street, Hobart CBD, Tasmania

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Group - 5 For the Price of 4: $100.00 ea
  • General Admission - Door: $30.00 ea
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Listed by: TheClubhouse

The hilarious Harley Breen joins us, in the wake of his delightfully confronting new channel 10 show Taboo. A huge night of comedy at the Hobart Brewing Co. Supported by Sally Rose, Brittany Szlezak, and David Bakker. Hosted by Tim Logan.

Show starts 8:00pm, doors at 7:30pm.

Consistently unpredictable, Harley projects the immediately recognisable and relatable image of the unpretentious Aussie male. Harley doesn't just use his instant likeability as a platform to deliver solid, topical material, he also gets beneath the nature of things to create a true bond with all his audience and deliver an experience that will be talked about long after the gig is over.

In 2019, Harley returns to TV as the host of Network Ten's brand new series 'Taboo', which has most recently scored a Logie Nomination for Most Outstanding Factual or Documentary Program.

"Breen’s confident delivery and obvious delight in his work are infectious." - The Age

"Confident without being boorish, incisive without being cruel, rude without being gratuitous, his comedy is grounded in the everyday and elevated by his charm and perceptiveness." - The West Australian

"Honest, refreshing and delivered with gusto. Breen charms the audience with his quick wit and snappy material." - The Herald Sun