PC out window as larrikin returns to Geraldton
Australia’s favourite politically incorrect comedian Kevin Bloody Wilson will return to Geraldton in July for a night of raucous laughs and potentially inappropriate jokes.
As part of Wilson’s F.U.P.C World Tour he’ll stop by Queens Park Theatre on July 20.
Wilson — his real name is Dennis Bryant — has been combining music and comedy for close to 50 years.
Since 1984 he has released 21 albums and has been nominated five times for the ARIA Music Awards, taking out Best Comedy Release in 1987 with his album Kev’s Back.
The 71-year-old’s unique comedy style and relaxed attitude has cemented him in the heart of the Australian culture.
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Joining Wilson on stage is his daughter, comedy singer-songwriter Jenny Talia — real name Tammy-Jo Bryant.
The 21/2-hour show is strictly for people over 18.
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