The Naked Magicians.
The Naked Magicians.

Time to cool down after steamy comedy show

GLADSTONE Entertainment and Convention Centre is cooling down this weekend after a steamy performance from Brisbane-based comedians, The Naked Magicians on Friday night.

With more than 450 seats sold, the boys said it was the largest crowd they had had in central Queensland.

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"We were amazed at the turn out last night, it was a fantastic crowd. The lights, the sound and the venue was incredible," they said.

Business development officer Lauren Ellis said it was a great example of Gladstone locals supporting the centre.

"It's fantastic to see national acts coming to Gladstone," Ms Ellis said.

"The support means we can continue to provide the community with top-quality performances.

"We have a great audience here in Gladstone and people are really getting behind the shows, especially the comedy and kids performances".

The Wiggles Rock and Roll show in July sold out within 24 hours of being on sale, and the second show sold out in a couple of days, allowing for a third show to go on sale, catering for a very enthusiastic Gladstone audience.

"We are excited that we have the capacity to put on multiple shows for Gladstone, and this again, reinforces the demand

for this kind of entertainment in the region," Ms Ellis said.

Tickets are still available for The Wiggles 3pm performance on July 4.

For more information call GECC Box Office on 4972 2822 or online at gladecc.com.au.



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