Kropinyeri crack-up

Geraldton Guardian
Aboriginal comedian Kevin Kropinyeri will bring his hilarious, high-energy comedy show to Geraldton for a free Reconciliation Concert tomorrow.
Camera IconAboriginal comedian Kevin Kropinyeri will bring his hilarious, high-energy comedy show to Geraldton for a free Reconciliation Concert tomorrow. Credit: Supplied

One-man whirlwind Kevin Kropinyeri will bring his hilarious and high-energy comedy to Queens Park Theatre tomorrow as part of Reconciliation Week.

Kropinyeri first burst onto the comedy scene in 2008 after taking out the Melbourne Comedy Festival’s national Deadly Funny Comedy Competition.

The comedian has since travelled around Australia with his sharp but silly comedy style, taking the time to visit remote communities.

During the two-hour show, Kropinyeri will share tales of growing up, marriage and the absurd challenges he has faced as an Aboriginal and as a family man.

By mixing keen observational stand-up with joyfully ridiculous physical comedy, Kropinyeri promises to have the crowd in stitches.

The show will be opened by local Aboriginal musician Zain Laudehr.

The free reconciliation concert will kick off at 5pm.

For more information and to reserve tickets, visit www.qpt.cgg.wa.gov.au.

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