BLUE HUMOUR: Rodney Rude will bring his unique brand of comedy to the Magnums stage on Tuesday night.
BLUE HUMOUR: Rodney Rude will bring his unique brand of comedy to the Magnums stage on Tuesday night.

Rodney to bring the rude to Airlie

AS A boy he was told by a teacher he was a worthless troublemaker who would never amount to anything and that when he grew up people would laugh at him.

Now one of the nation's most recognisable comedians, Rodney Rude's teacher was right on one count at least.

Known for his unique brand of blue humour, the comedian has gained a dedicated cult following over his decades in the industry.

Energetic, aggressive and peppered with expletives, Rodney Rude's style can only be described as pot-stirring and absolutely hilarious.

Rodney Rude's crass comedy is such he has even stood before the Supreme Court for what he's said on stage.

Defeating the obscenity charges, the comedian has set a benchmark for free speech across Australia.

This seems to only have served to see his star shine brighter, having hit sales figures within the millions.

And who could forget the iconic catch phrase 'You know what I hate?', followed by a string of scathing jokes that has the audience in stitches.

So if you love a good laugh at a lewd joke, Rodney Rude is certainly set to have you rolling on the floor.

This is an R18+ show and is strictly restricted to adults 18 years and over.

BLUE HUMOUR

What: Rodney Rude

Where: Magnums Hotel

When: Tuesday, August 16, from 7pm-11pm

Cost: $59.50 in person, or $63.50 online

Tickets: At the venue or moshtix.com.au/v2/event/ rodney-rude-magnums/ 87532#mEfkBvyeMS x42vKl.99


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