Comedy Hypnotist Matt Hale returns with his sell-out show Bonkers for WA Comedy Week one night only!
Australia’s favourite comedy Hypnotist Matt Hale is coming to WA Comedy Week for a special one-time return of his multi-award winning smash hit, sell-out show Bonkers!
Experience the wild party vibes and hilarious chaos from WA’s own award-winning comedy hypnotist in the only show you can enjoy from the audience or on stage!
Witness the constant entertainment and non-stop laughs from WA’s best Hypno hype-man who will have your imagination running on overdrive in this fast-paced, hour of pure fun!
*Limited tickets available, bookings are essential
★★★★★ “On stage, Hale is in full control Offstage, the LAUGHTER IS UNCONTROLLABLE!” – Fringefeed
★★★★★ “happiness, inclusiveness, and a rollicking good-time all wrapped up in a fast-paced one-hour show.”SeeEatDoReview
★★★★★ “Had the crowd roaring with laughter” Perth Happenings
★★★★½ “”a mind-blowing display of the power within the human brain, in an hour of untamed laughter””. The Advertiser
★★★★½ “loud, fast, a wild ride & laugh a minute scream!” Hifi Way
*Note from Matt:
All profits from this performance at WA Comedy Week will be donated towards A Million Dreams for Jas fundraiser:
Jas is the 14 year old daughter of good friends of us (producer/wife Kathryn & I) and on July 5th, 2022, she was on a family holiday in Margaret River when she fell from her mountain bike, resulting in a serious spinal cord injury. Jas has now been diagnosed as quadriplegic.
It’s been a tough few months for Jas and her family. Jas is still in hospital and is likely to be for some time yet. When she does finally go home she’ll require a lifetime of rehab and care.
It’s estimated the costs of care for the average quadriplegic amounts to in excess of $5.5 million over their life span.
By donating our profits from this event towards the ongoing care and rehab costs, we are hoping to help give Jas more independence, mobility and quality of life in the future.
Come along for a fantastic night of fun and help us to support Jas and her family.
If you can’t make it, feel free to donate to the fundraiser page above.