Join Kitty up close and personal at Happy Endings as she workshops jokes and stories for a brand new show. It’s your chance to sit in judgment and help Kitty identify what’s comedy gold, what’s comedy bronze and what’s just a top notch fart joke.
With MC David Smiedt – Described by Adam Hills, host of Spicks and Specks as “a living breathing joke machine”. A regular on television shows David is the author of seven humorous books and writes for a wide range of over 30 magazines. Aside from being the current grooming editor for GQ magazine he is the only journalist in Australian publishing history to be in concurrent issues of lads-mag Ralph and Your Garden. Topical and charming, David’s comedy will entertain and uplift.
“Sharp dressed, sharp minded and very affable.” – DB Magazine
“A name to remember.” – Comedy Beast Magazine
“A comic whom your mother would love.” – Helen Razer, the Melbourne Age
“Disarmingly charming” – The Adelaide Advertiser
Plus special guests, Chris Radburn Chris has appeared on over 15 TV shows, had a show on Radio, played the funny guy in countless TV commercials, and been the warm up guy for many TV shows, but it is live stand up comedy where he is at his best and uncensored.
**** FOUR STARS “Clever –witted observational gags…Likely to strike a chord with anyone willing to not take themselves too seriously.” – Feb 2014, The Advertiser
” overflowing with laughter for his set …… Radburn combines the Aussie yarn with classical comedic storytelling, culminating in a hysterical show.” – Feb 2014, Kryztoff Raw Magazine
“…reveals himself for the true professional observer he is.” – Feb 2014, Rip it Up, Adelaide Fringe
And Katie Burch National Runner up in JJJ RAW 2014 – Katie Burch is set to be one of Australia’s most popular comedians. Her unique comic voice has been delighting critics across the country.
“Tough, uncompromising…hugely appealing. She was a hit with the room, and the judges” – Chortle, UK. April 2014
“Katie Burch’s comedic range was unmatched….timed her pre-punchline pauses to perfection.” – The Sydney Morning Herald April 2014
“…my favourite was 30- something mum and runner-up Katie Burch with her sandpaper-rough wit. I will never look at Tim Tams the same way.” – The Herald Sun April 2014.