Rugby League The Musical - Mad Mondays - The Mid Season Review

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Rugby League The Musical - Mad Mondays - The Mid Season Review Tickets

7:00pm, Mon 7 May, 2018
The Bridge Hotel, NSW

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Get your Monday Night Footy fix with a big dose of humour, music and comedy as singer/satirist Denis Carnahan brings Rugby League - The MusicalĀ® to The Bridge Hotel Monday Nights in September

"ORIGINAL, CLEVER, WITTY... DO NOT MISS IT... HILARIOUS!" 
Steve Edge- Premiership winning captain of the Dragons, and Eels

Get your Monday Night Footy fix with a big dose of humour, music and comedy, as Australia's hardest working sports satirist, Denis Carnahan, brings Rugby League - The Musical to The Bridge Hotel for a 2018 mid-season review.

Rugby League - The Musical is a hilarious blend of standup, sketch, and live interactive musical video comedy, celebrating Rugby League's larger than life characters, melodrama, villains, farce, betrayals, controversies and pantomime.

Denis came to prominence through his viral State Of Origin song "That's In Queensland". He's written dozens of other songs for ABC Grandstand, Fire-Up! On FBi, TripleM's Grill Team, Fox Sports, The Matty Johns Show, and The Footy Show.

"It was hilarious - he is a genius" - Yvonne Sampson, Fox Sports Presenter

"Rugby League The Musical is as ridiculously hilarious as it sounds" - Huffington Post

"You don't need to know about Rugby League. If you've got a sense of humour, you'll love it" - Chris Bath - ABC Evenings Host

"Thoroughly enjoyed Denis. . . Very creative & humorous!" - Todd Greenberg, NRL CEO

"You'll laugh so hard you'll pop a rib - but you'll refuse to come off." - Warren Smith - Fox Sports Senior Commentator

"Insightful. He knows what goes on behind closed doors." - Geoff Toovey - Supercoach. Former Manly, NSW and Australian Captain

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