DON’T MISS IT: The Fletch & Hindy Show is coming to the Southern Downs.
DON’T MISS IT: The Fletch & Hindy Show is coming to the Southern Downs.

Fletch and Hindy set to bring the laughs to Yangan

RUGBY LEAGUE: They’re two of rugby league’s funniest blokes, and tonight Fletch and Hindy will bring their live show to the Yangan Hotel.

It’s not the first time the dynamic duo have shared their stories in the Queenslander heartland, with pair visiting the Southern and Darling Downs last year.

Former Sydney Roosters second-rower Bryan Fletcher said the two-hour was likely to get a bit wild.

“It’s really not a show for the faint-hearted, let’s just say it’s not very G-rated – Nathan’s language can get a bit blue,” Fletcher said.

“We chat about how we met, and I have a cracking story about the time I tackled Russell Crowe – but I won’t get too into that just yet.”

Despite regional Queensland being in the midst of its worst drought, Fletcher hopes the show will be an opportunity for people take their mind off their struggles for a few hours.

“We thought there might be some interest coming up here, and it gives us the opportunity to come and hang out with some rural folk,” he said.

“The drought has its effects, and we’re hoping that our show will hopefully put a smile on people’s faces.”

“We’ve been out to rural New South Wales, and that’s really bad but Nathan and I were discussing how dry it really is out here – I don’t think you realise how bad it is until you see it for yourself.”

Fletcher said there was one scandal that would finally be but to rest tonight and there could be an upset.

“We finally get to the bottom of the feud between Hindy and JT, and let’s just say that people who weren’t on JT’s side, you will be after this,” he said.

“I think that there’s just a little bit of jealousy between them, which is always great to see come out on stage.

“It really is a once in-a lifetime opportunity, and we want people to feel involved and get those diehard league fans to come out.”



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