Lawrence Mooney & Lindsay Webb
This is a Double Feature show with Lawrence Mooney & Lindsay Webb.
Multi award winning comedy legend Lawrence Mooney is bringing his polished, convivial style of banter to Byron. Lawrence performs in a double feature with his good mate Lindsay Webb who is renowned for his off script crowd work and his World Record for the longest comedy show of 36 hours.
Date of show: June 11th
Show starts at: 5:00pm
Show finishes at: 6:30pm
Venue: Surf Club
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About Lawrence Mooney
Lawrance Mooney use above Lawrence Mooney is a stand-up comedian, radio broadcaster and television host, widely regarded by fans and peers as one of Australia’s funniest.
As a radio broadcaster, Lawrence is considered one of the best in his field. He took Triple M Brisbane’s breakfast radio show to number#1 in the market and the following year won an Australian Commercial Radio Award (ACRA) for Best Entertainment Presenter in a metro market.
No stranger to television, Lawrence is well known as the host of Dirty Laundry Live that ran for 3 seasons on ABC, as well as his work on Agony Uncles, Agony of Life and Modern Manners. Lawrence is a regular on The Back Page, as hand-picked to host a new comedy-driven footy show, Up The Guts, on Fox Sports following on from Friday Night Footy.
Lawrence loves the stage, he regularly tours the country to packed houses wherever he goes. his solo show Surely Not was nominated for The Barry Award at The Melbourne International Comedy Festival and won Best Show at The Sydney Comedy Festival. Previously, his hilarious insights earned him Best National Act at the Perth Comedy Festival and Best Comedy Act at the Melbourne Fringe Festival.
About Lindsay Webb
Lindsay Webb has a reputation for the best ‘crowd worker’ in the biz. Playful and off the cuff, Webb has a natural ability to include the crowd in his comedy, making every show unique. The King of inclusive comedy, he’s been the warm up for ABC’s The GruenNation, Q&A, is a regular on the Festival circuit and comedy Galas and once held the world record for the longest show (over 36 hours).