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Laughed so hard I cried
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Great blokes!
Reviewed by Julija A.
30 January 2022
Recycle that, would see again
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Very Funny and so good to just be able to laugh and know that it was OK !! 3 guys who know that a joke … wait for it …. Is just a JOKE and it’s ok to laugh. Definitely worth seeing !!
Reviewed by Paula C.
30 January 2022
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Review by Miranda Crispin | 16 January 2022

Three mates- all offensive, all the time. If crude humour is your thing, then The Flannel Panel are here to help you grin. If not then maybe don’t book this particular show. A trio of comedians with no topic off limits leads to some pretty good belly chuckles, even if you’re openly cringing at the same time.

The redneck from Iowa will make you laugh at incest jokes that have no business being as funny as they are. A Victorian bogan will apologize for offending you while not blinking at all. Lastly the larrikin from Queensland will complain about anything and everything.

Despite the awkward silence as some jokes fall flat (Who is Matt Shirvington?) - These three combined put on a comedy show that is worth seeing, even though you groan and shake your head along the way. There are times when the lack of laughter is deafening but whether that is due to the joke not being funny or people being afraid to laugh at something so controversial, you’ll have to decide for yourself. Sometimes I found myself laughing at the crowd’s response as well as the show itself.

I was eager to hear the next politically correct or taboo subject to be picked on. From interfamily relations to gender identity, homosexuality to peeing on your daughter’s boyfriend; nothing is safe from these Flannel wearing jokesters. And while it’s not the most offensive comedy show available, there is enough to make those with certain sensitivities uncomfortable.

So please remember: this show is not recommended for the politically correct crowd (unless you have a very good sense of humour in relation to these topics). You’ll laugh, you’ll cringe and you’ll hopefully play a confusingly fun game of ‘Fact or Racist?’

Flannels aren’t required but they certainly help!