The nation’s favourite bathmat, Agro is preparing to shatter a few childhood misconceptions at the ZPAC Theatre on January 16 next year.
The nation’s favourite bathmat, Agro is preparing to shatter a few childhood misconceptions at the ZPAC Theatre on January 16 next year. Claudia Baxter

Bathmat with attitude Agro to visit Bay for adults only show

HE IS loud, full of innuendo and he is ready to bring the less than child-friendly laughs to Hervey Bay.  

The nation's favourite bathmat, Agro is preparing to shatter a few childhood misconceptions at the ZPAC Theatre on January 16 next year.  

The much-loved puppet will be in town for one night only, bringing his brand of politically incorrect humour with his show Agro Up Late.  

The grumpy ball of fur became a national treasure in the late 80s and early 90s when he hosted Agro's Cartoon Connection every Saturday morning.   Agro's jokes have aged with his now-adult audience.  

The show will abandon all pretence the puppet is for children, with the evening advertised as a "not for kids" affair.  

Tickets for the show are on sale now starting at $29.  

To book call 3398 4614.  



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