Date(s) - Feb 15
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
The Leisure Inn Rockingham and RKCC proudly present –
Community Comedy Night at The Swinging Pig
An Event with so many laughs – “A Community Comedy Night”, last year’s comedy night was a huge success and fun had by many, tickets are now available!
The Rockingham Kwinana Chamber of Commerce is proud to present its second Community Comedy Night.
We have been extremely fortunate to secure the following acts, this year they are: –
Josh Earl from Spicks & Specks, Matt D from MIX 94.5, Rose Callaghan from Sydney and Jon Pinder from the UK, wow what a line up four for the price of one!
Tickets are available for RKCC Members and their guests and all members of the community, so bring your friends, the whole family, and even your neighbours.
Your tickets include:
- $69 per person BUFFET & SHOW
- Complimentary Drink upon arrival
- Show Ticket for all 4 acts
- Sit down Buffet Dinner (and not just finger food, the real deal)
- Arrive by 6:00pm (Buffet starts from 6:30pm to 7:45pm)
- $39 per person SHOW ONLY
- Show Ticket for all 4 acts
- Entry from 7:30pm
Book your table of 4 or more and receive a free bottle of bubbly! (Full Buffet tickets only)
Networking opportunities with businesses and others in the community, make friends and have a laugh. Guests invited to stay and mingle until the venue closes.
Details are as follows: –
Date: Saturday 15th February 2020
Event: Community Comedy Night Laughter is so good for the soul and many other things, see our laughter tips below!
Venue: The Leisure Inn Bali Bar & Bar Indigo
Timings: Arrive at 6pm Sit down Buffet Dinner from 6:30pm to 7:45pm
Show ticket holders only entry from 7.30pm
Comedy Show commences at 8:00pm to 10:00pm
Comedians: 4 talented comedians sourced locally & nationally with a well-known headliner.
This event has come about thanks to the following sponsor’s support
• Leisure Inn Rockingham
THIS SHOW WILL SELL OUT …. Don’t delay grab your tickets ASAP. There are ONLY a LIMITED number of tickets available and we envision a QUICK SELL OUT!
BOOK YOUR TICKETS TODAY
Tickets are transferable but are non-refundable.
Dress is after 5 smart casual
There is no reserved seating, just come in and claim your seat.
Studies have found that laughter can have healing properties, and it’s contagious. Here are six reasons why you should start laughing today.
Laughter is Contagious – The discovery of mirror neurons—what causes you to smile when someone smiles at you—gives credence to the belief that laughter is contagious. When you’re feeling down finding friends to laugh with can help your brain trigger its own laughter response and foster closeness, both of which contribute to your sense of well-being. Why do you think that a sense of humour is such an important trait when looking for a partner? We like the feeling of shared laughter and our body wants as much of this feeling as possible.
Laughter Reduces the Stress Response – When you laugh there’s a contraction of muscles, which increases blood flow and oxygenation. This stimulates the heart and lungs and triggers the release of endorphins that help you to feel more relaxed both physically and emotionally.
Laughter Boosts Immunity – According to one study done at Indiana State School of nursing, mirthful laughter may increase natural killer cell levels, a type of white blood cell that attacks cancer cells.
Laughter Increases Resilience – Resilience is the ability to see failure as a natural progression to success rather than as a negative outcome. People who are resilient are happier and more successful.
Laughter Combats Depression – Studies support laughter as a great way to get outside the downward spiral to depression. Being unhappy can become a pattern or mindset if we don’t step outside of ourselves occasionally. By being a witness to our situation rather than allowing ourselves to feel the victim we can find the humour in it and see with fresh eyes. Even forced laughter releases a cocktail of hormones, neuropeptides, and dopamine that can start to improve your mood.
Laughter Relieves Pain – People who are laughing don’t experience less pain, however, they report being less bothered by the pain they do experience. It’s not about changing pain levels. The amount of pain remains the same, but your perceived pain levels reduce and your belief that you can cope increases. Laughter by itself isn’t the solution but it can help a person overcome discomfort.
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