Published on January 31st, 2024 | by Adrian Gunning

RocKwiz’s Really Really Good Friday returns to Arts Centre Melbourne

Arts Centre Melbourne’s Hamer Hall will once again host the annual uplifting and “egg-citingRocKwiz’s Really Really Good Friday live show on Friday, 29 March.

Hosts Julia Zemiro (Fisk, Eurovision Song Contests) and Brian Nankervis (ABC Radio Melbourne’s The Friday Revue) will kick start Easter with the long-weekend’s biggest and best night out, alongside high-profile comedians and musical guests, unpredictable audience members, the expanded RocKwiz Orkestra and Dugald (hot and cross in a bunny suit).

For 8 years the team behind the iconic live music trivia quiz television show, RocKwiz have brought a night of trivia, music and laughter to Arts Centre Melbourne. While as usual the evenings special guests will remain a surprise until the night, audience-members could end up on stage, so before the show keep an eye out for Brian quizzing and giving out Easter eggs in the Hamer Hall foyer or on St Kilda Road.

“RRGF at Arts Centre Melbourne is a highlight in my RocKwiz calendar. 2000 people in the Audience! We can make it bigger bolder louder!  We are so lucky to perform in this magnificent venue every Easter. I can’t wait to see you there!” – RocKwiz Host, Julia Zemiro

I love a tradition … and staging a very special RocKwiz show every Good Friday, with Julia, Dugald, the RocKwiz Orkestra, multiple guests and two comedians, is pure bliss.” – RocKwiz Quizmaster, Brian Nankervis

★★★★★ What a night! – Theatre People

“RocKwiz Really, Really Good Friday show took the entertainment to the next level”Australian Stage

“I simply did not want the evening to end” – Stage Whispers

About the Author'

Adrian lives in Melbourne Australia and has a huge passion for gaming, technology and pop culture. He recently finished his a Bachelor of Journalism and is currently focusing on games journalism. When not writing and playing video games, Adrian can be found in Comics 'R' Us debating the pros of the DC Universe and cons of the Marvel Universe.

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