FRIENDS has been turned into a musical parody and it’s about to hit Brisbane

Friends! The Musical Parody

Do you feel like it’s just not been your day, your week, your month or even your year? Well, we’re sure this news will turn that right around. Friends has been turned into a musical parody production and yep, it’s coming to Brisbane.

This August you can join Ross, Rachel, Monica, Chandler, Joey and Phoebe (AKA your six favourite television friends) at Central Perk café for a night guaranteed to be full of laughter, beginning with a runaway bride that kicks the friendship group of five right out of second gear.

Friends! The Musical Parody will take you on the ultimate stage-side adventure with your favourite friend group as they navigate life’s twists and turns – from their work dramas to their love lives to their everyday antics.

New York cast of Friends! The Musical Parody
The New York cast of Friends! The Musical Parody.

Bringing the best moments from the hit US sitcom to life on the stage, some of your favourite memories from the 10 action-packed seasons will be recreated through this uncensored, fast-paced, music-filled production. And the best news of all? You can catch it all this winter right here in Brisbane.

And don’t worry, the talented musical parody cast who play our television favourites have got the mannerisms, catchphrases and personalities of the beloved originals down pat.

The stage production will visit Brisbane on August 7 and 8 and tickets will be available from 9am this Friday, February 7.


What: Friends! The Musical Parody
Where: Tivoli Theatre, Fortitude Valley
When: August 7–8
Tickets: On sale this Friday, February 7 at 9am from
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Jess is a journalist who grew up on the Sunshine Coast before relocating to Sydney to finish her final years of schooling and then returning to Brisbane for university. Her passions lay in food and drink, event and entertainment editorial pieces and she enjoys keeping up to date with all things Brisbane. She credits her dedication, passion and love for journalism to her time spent in Gladstone as a cadet journalist – what she considers her most valuable experience in the field to date. On her days off (which are rare) you will find her with an almond chai latte in one hand and a book in another while probably still answering her work emails