WHEN: Wednesday, August 9, 2017
WHERE: Brisbane Entertainment Centre
The comedian whose sitcom “about nothing” is still being aired on mainstream TV almost 20 years after the final episode jets into the country for a national tour this August.
Jerry Seinfeld was already a star on the stand-up comedy circuit before he and friend Larry David created his eponymous TV show in 1989.
Seinfeld introduced catchphrases such as “Yada yada yada”, “Not that there’s anything wrong with that”, “Double-dipping”, “Re-gifting” and “No soup for you” to the world.
The maddeningly self-absorbed characters of George Costanza, Elaine Benes and Cosmo Kramer were unleashed onto the small screen, careening from one inane disaster to another without remorse or reflection.
In the show, Seinfeld played a fictionalised version of himself and was very much a party to the shenanigans that mostly took place on a set dressed as his Manhattan apartment.
The last episode of the show was recorded in 1998, and in 2013 it was voted the second greatest television series ever – after The Sopranos.
Seinfeld is returning to Australia for the first time in 18 years to perform his unique stand-up across the country in Seinfeld LIVE.
In an interview, he said his show would be similar to one he recently performed during a 12-month residency at New York’s Beacon Theatre.
Seinfeld LIVE would have to be a highlight on the Brisbane Entertainment Centre’s 2017 calendar.
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