Tag: Sydney Comedy Festival

Sydney Comedy Festival: End Of Festival Gala 2019

The Sydney Comedy Festival came to a close at the iconic Town Hall with a stellar lineup of some of the funniest acts of 2019 including Australian legends, international guests and up-and-comers setting the stage for an even bigger festival…

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Sydney Comedy Festival: The Phone Hacks Live Podcast

There aren’t many situations where you’re simultaneously glad something’s not happening to you and yet you can’t look away. But The Phone Hacks podcast isn’t like most things. Nick Capper and Mike Goldstein’s show is undeniably brutal. It’s all about…

Sydney Comedy Festival: Dave Hughes at The Enmore Theatre

Comedian, Dave Hughes presents an interesting conundrum wrapped up in a larrikin drawl. He’s so famous we know him simply as “Hughesy.” This comic is also our favourite agony uncle with his own TV show, “Hughesy We Have a Problem.”…

Sydney Comedy Festival: David O’Doherty Ultrasound

David O’Doherty and his keyboard made their return to Enmore Theatre for this year’s Sydney Comedy Festival performing his new show: Ultrasound in his ongoing mission to fix everything. His performance marked the end of his five-month tour of Ultrasound….

Sydney Comedy Festival 2019 – Opening Gala

To kick off Sydney Comedy Festival this year, Sydney Opera House’s “serious” Concert Hall played host to a stellar lineup of some of the funniest international stars, Australian legends, and next-big-things in comedy. The opening night Gala allowed guests the…

Sydney Comedy Festival: Having the Craic with Foil, Arms and Hog

Irish comedy trio Foil, Arms and Hog made their Sydney Comedy Festival debut at the Factory Theatre in Marrickville with a performance that brought the house down. CRAIC-LING, as its name suggests, is great craic. It’s a fast-paced sketch comedy…

Sydney Comedy Festival 2019 – Top Picks

2019 rolled in with resolutions of hard work and achievement and, needless to say, we’re already slightly behind schedule. Overhearing a colleague look at the calendar and say that hated phrase ‘April already! Where has the time gone?!’ was a…

Sydney Comedy Festival: Rhys Nicholson – Seminal

If you like your comedy quick, sharp and sassy then you would be hard pressed to find anything better than Rhys Nicholson’s new show Seminal. Rhys has been gaining popularity on the circuit for a few years now. He stands…

Sydney Comedy Festival: Tessa Waters – Volcano

A brand new talented comedian to add to the Sydney Comedy Festival mix? Stop it! Tessa Waters – Volcano is a high energy, feel good comedy show that you really need to see. Oozing in charm and confidence, Tessa takes…