The Logan Entertainment Centre in the heart of the city was to play host to English stand-up comedian and actor Ross Noble, however the show has been postponed till 2022.

The comedians 2021 Comeback Special show was set to make the people of Logan laugh on July 24, only for the organisers to send out a flyer to all ticket holders that the event was being postponed till next year.

It read: “We have received notice that Logan Entertainment Centre (LEC) is needed by the Queensland Government for a major government program and therefore this performance has been postponed until 2022. The new date will be finalised in the coming weeks. Ticket holders are being notified.”

While Mr Noble is playing many shows in Brisbane, the main venue in Logan that has the capacity to hold decent numbers will be turned into a COVID-19 immunization clinic.

At the time of the postponement, local councillors had no idea about what was happening at the LEC and could not comment while the state government would not comment.

Photos from https://www.facebook.com/Ross.Noble

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