Dolly Diamond's Bl*nkety Bl*nks

Brisbane Powerhouse

Dolly Diamond's Bl*nkety Bl*nks is a hilarious variety show for adults-only hosted by one of Australia's finest comedy cabaret talents, playing at Brisbane Powerhouse for one night only on Saturday, June 29. 

Part of MELT: Festival of Queer Arts and Culture, this risqué game show is live entertainment at its best. 

The Queen of Cabaret is completely in her element as she hosts a live version of the top-rating Australian TV classic*, featuring a line-up of celebrity guests and lots of laughs. Watch as the celebrities throw caution to the wind to assist bewildered contestants, plucked from the audience, win fabulous prizes.

Combining her razor-sharp wit and comedic genius, Dolly has the unique ability to keep her audiences on the edge of their seats. This is one game show you won't want to miss.

*Blankety Blanks, hosted by Graham Kennedy, aired in Australia from 1977-78, 5 nights a week and was a smash ratings hit, with regular panellists including iconic Australian TV stars Ugly Dave Gray, Noeline Brown, Stuart Wagstaff, Delvene Daleney, Abigail and Noel Ferrier.

Brisbane Powerhouse is a valued partner of Must Do

Dolly Diamond's

Blankety Blanks 

Brisbane Powerhouse 

119 Lamington St

New Farm 

Jun 29 8pm

A $35 Con $29

Group 6+ $29

3358 8600


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