Nick Offerman: All Rise

Concert Hall QPAC

Award-winning, American actor, writer and comedian, Nick Offerman, is bringing his brand-new live comedy show All Rise to QPAC on Friday, June 21.  

Following his critically-acclaimed solo show Full Bush (2016), Offerman returns to Brisbane with an evening of deliberative talking and light dance that will compel you to chuckle whilst persuading you to brandish a better side of humanity than the one to which we have grown accustomed.

“My aim in this undertaking is to encourage my fellow Homo Sapiens to aim higher in life than the channels of consumerism would have us imagine,” said Offerman.

Offerman, an accomplished actor, is known for his roles on Parks and Recreation (2009) and Fargo (2014). His role as Ron Swanson in Parks and Recreation earned him a Television Critics Association Award in the US. He has also been nominated twice for Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series.

As a writer, Offerman has published four books, all New York Times Bestsellers, including 2018’s The Greatest Love Story Ever Told, written with his Hollywood wife Megan Mullally (Will & Grace).

This show should not be missed!

By Deb Lidster 

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Nick Offerman: All Rise

Concert Hall, QPAC

Melbourne St

Cnr Grey St

Jun 21



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