If y’all are avid readers of our website/blog/whatever, y’all will know of Frickin Dangerous Bro, but this time you’ll know a bit more about them from me! We caught one of their Frickin Dangerous World Tour of Tāmaki Makaurau shows in Glen Innes at Te Oro.
Honestly, one of the best things I found about Frickin Dangerous Bro is their interaction with the crowd. Y’know how there are comedians who are mean to the audience? Well Jamaine, James and Pax aren’t like those other comedians who gotta belittle, harrass or embarrass their audience to get some authentic laughs. They’re funny without being mean, and that’s pretty cool.
Frickin Dangerous Bro’s sketches offer some on point social commentary.
I like that it wasn’t preachy, but also doesn’t overstep into being offensive for no reason- I for one am genuinely sick of unapologetically problematic comedians.
It’s refreshing and relatable ya know?
Although the crux of their shows are sketches, they manage to improvise and make other jokes.
Not even joking, they kicked off their show and had to restart three times because Jamaine wanted to mock the late comers (dw, it wasn’t in a rude way okay). The swearing was minimal and it could’ve been because of the 8 year old in the front row, or maybe they know that you don’t have to be crude to be funny as f%^&.
Please, go check out their show. Watch them mock and destroy stereotypes, and get turnt tf up. Also, they’re sponsored by Sprite sooooo they’re a pretty big deal.
Catch their shows that are $15 a ticket- but hurry y’all!! Before they raise the prices to $30 because they’re worth AT LEAST that much and also the seats are limited! I think y’all can also get a selfie at the end!!
September 30th – Birkenhead College, Northshore
October 6th – Mangere Arts Centre – Ngā Tohu o Uenuku, Mangere
October 14th – New Lynn
October 21st – Q, Auckland CBD
Get more information here on their Facebook page.
Because you just can’t escape me.
- The boys run the risk of over playing their sketches, too much of a good thing- you know? But nah I still pa’d my aka (you know if you translate that literally it means popped my laugh- but um a sensible translation would be ‘cracked up’) and I’ve seen a few of those sketches a few times
- Comedic timing on point- even the adlibs lol
- 4.5 Jawkwardlols out of 5 … they lost out on a .5 because- okay there’s no real reason tbh.