LOC & LOL - No Need To Call The Police

Comedy / Stand Up
SA
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Loc Tran is a bit of a nerd & technically also a refugee (born in Vietnam & came to Australia on a boat). He has a self-deprecating, silly but likable sense of humour. His show is pack full of short jokes, humorous stories & song parodies written for an audience that just wants to have a bit of fun.

You'll love this show if you: enjoy song parodies; freak out over puns & dad jokes; often use self deprecating humour; understand popular culture such as DC, Marvel & Pokemon; regularly talk about sex & relationships; appreciate other cultures; consider yourself to be a bit of a geek/nerd; get high on humorous short stories & personal anecdotes. You'll hate this show if you: are really into sport & like humour about football & cricket; have a desire to see more comedy based on business, politics & religion; prefer comedians who are very in your face & like to use a lot of offensive language.

For more info on his special early bird bonus offer go to www.loctran.com.au, offer ends Feb 10.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Important information:
This venue is wheelchair accessible, for accessibility bookings please call (08) 8100 2000 during office hours

Presented by:
Loc Tran

Loc Tran is an Adelaide Comedian, DJ & Public Speaker.

He can often be seen on stage at various local comedy nights including One Mic Stand (open mic comedy every Monday night at the Rhino Room) as well as Cranker Comedy (free comedy showcasing new & emerging artists every first & third Tuesday of the month).

He is often asked to DJ & Emcee at wedding receptions, birthday parties, corporate events & other social functions.

& he is a current member of Synergy Toastmasters where he can be seen delivering speeches & evaluating other speakers. The club meets on the first & third Wednesday of every month.

He has a self-deprecating, silly but likable sense of humour often referencing popular music and culture.

His vision is to: write a prolific number of jokes that people can laugh at; tell a series of stories that are timeless & that people will want to listen to over & over again; & to create a world of characters that people can fall in love with.

More info... www.loctran.com.au

Venues

The Chapel at Migration Museum

82 Kintore Avenue, Adelaide, 5000, SA