By invitation we are travelling around Australia in 2015 to explore how we can lose the “irrelevant” tag that Australians have on the church. Check when the National Relevance  Church Tour is heading your way and see the dates if clean comedy shows on the tour as well.


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Did you know?

Less than 1 in 7 Australians who said they were ‘Christian’ regularly attend a Christian Church Service.

Did you know?

47% of Australians who don’t attend church simply think it’s irrelevant.

Did you know?

65% of Australians agree that mainstream media negatively affects perceptions of the church.

Ask about Luke Laughs coming to your church on the Relavance Tour.


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Three Men & My Little Lady - The Musical

Click for videos and more informationFor many Australians, the thought of three children under four, particularly in this financial climate, is overwhelming.  Demands are high and the pressure unrelenting.

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Luke Returns to Melbourne

It was nearly six years when Clean Comedian and breakfast radio host Luke Holt parted ways with LightFM at the end of 2011. Luke was relocating the family back to Queensland despite loving his time and his team in Melbourne.

Now, six months on and he returns to be a part of a project that was his idea, passion, and legacy: The LightFM Clean Comedy Night.

For three years previous LightFM has used this comedy event as a platform to engage supporters and raise funds in the build up to the End of Financial Year Appeal, which it has done successfully. The fourth year promises to be bigger and better than ever before.

Make sure you take the chance to catch Luke Holt at the LightFM Comedy Night.

What is Luke doing now?

Luke has joined the small but growing team at Juice 107.3 on the Gold Coast, as the breakfast host and program director. If you tune in on Tune In Radio you may hear some familiar branding of ‘Wake Up Smiling’ as Luke can’t help but to have this happen when he connects with people on the radio.



Squeaky Clean Comedy

Clean Comedy looks like it has made it’s mark on the Melbourne International Comedy Festival after the first session of the Squeaky Clean Comedy show at the Melbourne City Conference Centre on Swanston St last Friday night (9th of April).

Hosted by the incredibly and reliably funny Michael Connell and including sets from Mike Klimczak, Jason Pestell, Beau Stegmann, Phil Andrews, Dave Wiggins, Cameron Semmens, and Luke Holt from Luke Laughs.

The Herald Sun reviewed

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Laughs With A Clean Comedian

There’s more to Luke Holt than is heard on Melbourne’s 89.9 LightFM Breakfast Show, where he and Lucy Holmes help you to start your day with a smile. It is also a program punctuated with Luke’s trademark belly laugh!

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