Dave Smiedt – Described by Adam Hills, host of “Spicks and Specks” as “a living breathing joke machine”. David is the author of six humorous books and writes for a wide range of magazines. In fact, he is the only journalist in Australian publishing history to be in concurrent issues of lads-mag Ralph and Your Garden. Topical, charming and equally comfortable in all mediums, David’s comedy will entertain and uplift.

If you don’t believe us, listen to what these people have to say…..

“A comic whom your mother would love.” – Helen Razer, the Melbourne Age

“Stylish and funny” – The Sunday

“Refreshing, sincere and engaging.” – Rip It Up

“Think Dorothy Parker meets Graham Kennedy.” – TalkFringe

“Disarmingly charming” – The Adelaide Advertiser.

“He captured the entire audience in the first five minutes of the show and had them eating out of his hands.” – Funny Tonne, The Melbourne International Comedy Festival

“Make an appointment to meet David Smiedt. If the post-show buzz is anything to go by, a lot more people are going to want to meet him.” –The Pun.

“Sharp dressed, sharp minded and very affable.” – DB Magazine

“A name to remember.” – Comedy Beast magazine

“The energetic Smiedt as MC does a fine line in disarming self-deprecation, charming the audience with amusing trivia then slipping in neat puns and barbed twists.” – Gaggingforit.com.au

With Andrew Barnett

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2010 NSW Raw Comedy Competition Finalist Andrew Barnett is one of Sydney’s most sought after comedians and MCs. His relaxed, affable style which has made him a hit with audiences in Sydney and across the country.

Andrew left a promising medical career to pursue his comedy dreams. With comedy shows at Adelaide Fringe Festival to Melbourne International Comedy Festival and performances at the biggest comedy clubs in the country, including The Comedy Store and Happy Endings Comedy Club; Andrew always strikes a funny chord with his audience.

His musings on parenthood, people and everyday life make him a highly entertaining performer, who is prone to exaggeration when writing about himself.

Cameron James

With Cameron James is confessional, absurdist, casually irreverent and boundary pushing style reminds you of the troublemaker who was forced to join the school debate team. Which is exactly what he was.

“Perfect comic timing” Chortle, UK

“The most obviously Next Big Thing” Time Out Sydney.