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Opening Hours

  • Monday 18:00 - 02:00
  • Tuesday 18:00 - 02:00
  • Wednesday 18:00 - 02:00
  • Thursday 18:00 - 02:00
  • Friday 18:00 - 02:00
  • Saturday 18:00 - 02:00
  • Sunday 18:00 - 02:00

Contacts

  • Address: Liverpool, 361 Macquarie St, Liverpool, New South Wales 2170, Australia
  • Phone: +6196024211 +611300978266

Reviews

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There last night for work Xmas party,food was edible,show was very funny in parts and yes a tad vulgar.Performers work hard with audience participation and overall I enjoyed the night out(think the alcohol helped)The bar we where being served from ran out of ice and staff made no attempt to get any more from the club,the venue is not the least bit frightening with no attempt made to make the place scary like the old venue at Liverpool ,basically you are sitting in the bowling club dining room watching the old farts playing lawn bowls thru the windows while the show is on.Don't think frightnight will be around for much longer if things don't change very soon.


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Sadly not the worst company Christmas party venue we've had, but definitely in the bottom three. Now based at Cabramatta Bowling Club. The show catering was truly awful which is a tragedy as the food in the main bowling club appears to be an interesting, extensive and very reasonably priced mix of Vietnamese and Australian food which I will definitely be revisiting. But back to Fright night. Stale bread rolls, carrots, broccoli, overcooked chicken wings, some kind of watery beef and carrot stew, rice, new potatoes and a pasta bake. And the food was the best part. The show began with jokes so crude all you wanted to do was leave. Members of our group were quite visibly shocked and offended and many ended up spending the evening chatting outside rather than stay for the show. The four guys in the show performed various jokes and songs. They only good thing I can say is they can hold a tune and some of the jokes, when they get away from the vulgarity, were good. There was a joke section about OHS and slip and slides which was good. You wonder why they have to resort to endless jokes about sperm, sexist and homophobic comments and swearing to be funny. One poor woman who was dragged up onto the stage ran away again when one of them started gyrating over her. It was also too loud and there was one table so close to a speaker that nobody could sit at it without permanently damaging their hearing. I was looking at my watch and wishing the evening away. I have no idea how they stay in business. I wish whoever booked this had read the other trip advisor reviews first because they are pretty consistent. Having said all that, some of our group actually liked the show! There's no accounting for taste.