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Win a double pass to see Dave Hughes

By Canfan - 1 July 2014 11

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Are you a fan of Dave Hughes?

Fancy a free double pass to see him on Friday night?

Just tell us about your favourite Hughesy moment. Whether it be a joke, a situation, a moment on TV, or a comeback to a heckler – share it in the comments, give us all a good laugh and you’ll be in the running for one of two double passes.

Get in before COB Thursday when we’ll draw the winners.

David Hughes is at the Royal Theatre on Friday 4th July at 7.30pm.

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grunge_hippy 10:16 pm 04 Jul 14

Thanks for the tickets Riot Act. It was good. Funny stuff.

KB1971 3:43 pm 02 Jul 14

mountainman said :

I liked it when Kyle Sanilands my hero threatened to punch him in the neck and do a 3 month stint!

Yeah, I could definately see Kyle Sandilands doing a rabbit punch, no way he could stand and fight like a man.

mountainman 2:53 pm 02 Jul 14

I liked it when Kyle Sanilands my hero threatened to punch him in the neck and do a 3 month stint!

DHV 1:12 pm 02 Jul 14

I like his laid back sense of humour and the fact he doesn’t take himself too seriously!

dungfungus 10:31 am 02 Jul 14

grunge_hippy said :

Pick me, I think he’s funny. But then again I am very low brow. Obviously not as intellectual as the other responders.

Maybe I was a little harsh in bagging Dave Hughes. I used to like him very much, also Mick Molloy and Tony Martin on FM radio. I could never take to much of Corrine Grant and Will Anderson is no longer watched in our house after he arrogantly smoked a joint on TV.
The problem is that these people were “in” 20 years ago and people change as they age.
Twenty years ago we used to identify with jokes about the elderly. Now we are the elderly the jokes are not so funny.
If Hughes and co. would start making jokes about the Y generation they might get some fans back.

KB1971 10:18 am 02 Jul 14

Oh God there are so many………

He and Mick Molloy did a massive stint together on Nova and come up with the Nova Gift which was full of laughs in the lead up:

http://www.novafm.com.au/audio/nova100-gift-race-and-zap

I used to love all of his older stuff especially the dead pan skits of his early days where he would come out and appear totally stone faced while he did his gig.

I alsu used to love him, Will Anderson and Corrynne Grant in the Glasshouse. Great show that was a bit of a hightlight on a Friday night of football borningness:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kaeiaZwlbGM

grunge_hippy 9:43 am 02 Jul 14

Pick me, I think he’s funny. But then again I am very low brow. Obviously not as intellectual as the other responders.

dungfungus 8:29 am 02 Jul 14

CicsoKid said :

Best Hughsey moment… 2007 Logies when he called Kyle Sandilands a D…head!!

Start of a wonderful war of words for years.

That was simply a peer review.

CicsoKid 1:23 am 02 Jul 14

Best Hughsey moment… 2007 Logies when he called Kyle Sandilands a D…head!! Start of a wonderful war of words for years.

dungfungus 5:52 pm 01 Jul 14

My favourite Hughsey moment will be when he retires. He has well passed his “best before date”.
If you were having a second prize it would be two double passes.
You did ask the question.

mossrocket 4:06 pm 01 Jul 14

I liked it when he retired from tv.

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