This is it, get on it. The star of The Other Guy – A TV show on Stan about himself! But come and watch him live.

Matt Okine, one of Australia’s favourite young comedians has scooped some major accolades in the past few years, including the prestigious Director’s Choice Award at the 2015 Melbourne International Comedy Festival for his intrinsically personal show, The Other Guy, and the 2015 ARIA Award for Best Comedy Release for Matt Okine Live at The Enmore Theatre…all whilst hosting a breakfast radio show

★★★★ The Guardian London –

Winner – 2015 Directors Choice Melbourne International Comedy Festival
Winner – 2012 Best newcomer Melbourne International Comedy Festival

Winner – 2013 Best Show Sydney Comedy Festival
Nominated – 2013 Fosters Comedy Award Edinburgh.

With Bruce Griffiths, in less than eighteen months, Bruce went from first time ‘Open Miker’ to 1996 Comic Of The Year.

He initially ventured onstage in 1995 “just to do something with the leftover material”. (At the time, he was writing for the Seven network’s Denton.) Six months later he won the NSW Final of the Funny Business/Triple J “Make Me Laugh” Award (the forerunner to Raw Comedy), and in a fortnight was performing at the 1996 Adelaide Fringe Festival on invitation.

The Widely acclaimed Mr Griffiths is a must see, his credits are astonishing – “The Glass House”, “Good News Week”, “Enough Rope – Andrew Denton”, And For Jason Alexander (SEINFELD) he co-wrote the sell-out “Comedy Christmas” tour. Probably isn’t a comedian in the world with more laughs per minute. Don’t miss him.

And Emma Zammit – Emma was forced to begin a standup comedy career in early 2008 after her sister decided it was time to move her MC Hammer moves and one liners out of the lounge room and enrolled her in a stand up comedy writing course for the sake of family harmony. After graduation, she was inspired to work the hard yards and tighten her comedy antics on Sydney’s open mic stages.

She has since won the prestigious “Quest for the Best” new comedy talent search as well as performed in the NSW state finals for “Raw Comedy”.

Emma was chosen from amongst the best new acts in the country to perform in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s “ Comedy Zone”. Emma then went on to perform in Queensland as part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow.

Emma showcased her first solo show “My Emmoirs: A Tale of Two Cities” at the Wild West Perth Comedy Festival which was nominated for the “People’s Choice Award”.

“Emma Zammit did an excellent job of keeping the audience bemused….her delivery and comic timing was spot on” – Australian Stage

PLUS THREE SPECIAL GUEST COMEDIANS