Frickin Dangerous Bro
A comedic act that's inverting stereotypes in a genius, loveable way.
Frickin Dangerous Bro is a Maori, Filipino and Pakistani-Iranian trio that does post-bro'Town comedy skits that invert stereotypes in a genius, loveable way. Racial and socio-economic issues are the trio's mainstay. They describe themselves as "New Zealand's brownest, funniest and cockiest sketch comedy trio". The comedy act formed in 2014 in a place where usually only bad nights end, Denny's.
Separately, stand-up comedians Jamaine Ross, James Roque and Pax Assadi have appeared on/written for TV shows 7 Days, Jono and Ben, Brown Eye, After Hours and Funny Girls. Online, the three regularly band together for funny as hell shoestring productions which you should definitely watch in prep for their live show.
On Saturday 21 October they'll be performing together at the Q Theatre as part of their World Tour (...of Tāmaki Makaurau).