Some cracking hot comedy all the way from England, Happy Endings Comedy Club – keeping it classy since 14.10.16

Greg Burns hosted London’s No.1 Drivetime show for Capital FM Radio and also stepped in over the Festive period to co-host the Capital FM Breakfast show.

Greg is an award winning comedian who has worked on such shows as Have I Got News For You and The Catherine Tate Show, as well as appearing in The Office Christmas Special in a part written specifically for him by Ricky Gervais. Other credits include hosting The Teenage Cancer Trust gigs at The Royal Albert Hall (including a notable stand up performance with Russell Brand), a special appearance in London’s West End in the smash hit musical Priscilla Queen of The Desert in 2009 and hosting the Summertime Ball in front of a capacity crowd at Wembley Stadium, which involved him introducing the likes of Cheryl Cole, Rihanna and Usher alongside Johnny Vaughn and Lisa Snowdon. Greg also co-hosted The Variety Club Awards for Channel 5.


With over ten years working on the comedy circuit, Greg Burns is a club favourite for his playful humour and infectious charm. His confident performance and affable persona make him an immensely popular comic with audiences across the globe.

As seen and heard on:

The Comedy Store for Comedy Central (series 10)

Would You Rather?  Pilot So Television

The Office Christmas Special BBC

The World Stands Up Paramount Comedy Channel

The 11 O’ Clock Show Channel 4

Oblivious ITV

The Stand Up Show BBC

Capital FM Breakfast Show Co-Host

Capital FM Drive time Host

“As loveable a comedian as you’re likely to find. Confident, funny and clever.” The Sunday Times

“He’s a slick, sharp operator with plenty of well-crafted observational material guaranteed to please.” Chortle

“Quick-witted and lively compere Greg Burns did a fantastic job sparring with a rowdy and vocal midweek crowd with a series of sharp comebacks and a fine routine packed with unexpected punchlines.” The Comedy Star

“Greg Burns stole the show.” Forth FM

“An assured, affable performer with some top-notch routines, cheeky Burns is a solid addition to any comedy bill.” Chortle

With Cameron Duggan, a mixture of observations and sarcasm that have kept hoards of people chuckling across a variety of different pubs and clubs throughout Brisbane and the Gold Coast.

Audiences relate to Cameron’s comedy, and some of which have been so pleased, that they have even gone so far as to say, “good job, mate”, on completion of his set.
“Good job, mate.” Audience member
“Cameron is a handsome and funny lad.”Cameron’s mum.

And Liz Stephens a stand-up comedian and comedy writer from the UK. She has performed in venues all over the world – from German TV shows to a goods lift at the Edinburgh Festival.

Since moving to Australia, Liz has been entertaining audiences on both coasts with her punchline driven gags and general cheekiness.

Liz has also been a content writer for Good News Week and various BBC Radio 4 comedy shows and produces her own internationally syndicated iTunes podcast, The Weekly News From Bed.

Plus special guests