Comedian hits home

25-04-2020 by admin

HOMEGROWN: Comedian Brodi Lucas will bring his show My Mum Thinks I’m Funny to Burnie later this month.

Brodi Lucas isn’t afraid to make fun of himself.

In fact, it’s thepremise for his stand-up comedy show,which he will perform in Burnie later this month.

“To be honest the whole thing isbasically just me humiliating myself,” the 24-year-old comedian said of My Mum Thinks I’m Funny.

“A lot of the jokes are at my expense. I’ve had some very funny experiences and I share those stories with the audience.”

The showdeals with Mr Lucas’childhood as one of ten siblings growing upin North-West, his move to the “big smoke” of Hobart to complete a course he didn’t understand, and his experiences working at a supermarket.

Currently, he is studying nursing and working part-timein Launceston.The show includes stories from work,school and family lifethat all ages will find relatable.

Mr Lucas said his mum is another central focus of the show.

“A lot of it is about my mum,” he said.

“I talk about how embarrassing she is for me and how embarrassing I am for her.”

The rising starfirst started out in comedy about five years ago following his move to Hobart.

“Ientered a competition five years ago and it just went from there,” he said.

“I tell stories from my own life and I think that works really well.”

He placed third in the 2013 RAW Comedy Tasmanian finals and has since secured gigs around the state.

After performing My Mum Thinks I’m Funnytosold-out audiences at the 2014 Melbourne International Comedy Festival, he’s decided it’s time to bring his first soloshow back to where it all began.

Mr Lucas said it will be a unique experience to perform in Burnie, where much of his family still lives.

“A lot of my family will be there. There’s 110 tickets and I think about 15 will be family,” he said.

“Pretty much everyone’s coming except my grandparents. It will be great to have them in the audience supporting me.”

The show will be opened by Brent Watkinson, another local comedian who has performed to audiences in Hobart.

My Mum Thinks I’m Funnywill show at the Otis Room on May 27. Doors open at 7.30pm for an 8pm start.

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