The absolute comedy legends. They are so so god damn good that you should cancel your wedding to see them.

Back briefly from the USA smashing it up.  Jackie Loeb– The “Sydney Morning Herald” dubbed her as “One of the top five comedy acts in the World”. And they’re not wrong! The most rapid paced comedy you will ever witness and a veteran on the scene! Performing at all International Comedy Festivals and a huge array of TV and Radio shows, a weapon with a guitar, a 1st class voice and spending the last year on the stages on LA and Vegas. We can’t wait to see what she’s coming loaded with.

“Non Stop Funny” The Examiner

“The woman has so much talent it’s sick!” LA FPI

“Definitely the pick of the crop was Jackie Loeb from Australia. Fearless with a psychotically sharp tongue, she is also blessed with a marvellous singing voice and it would be a crime not to see her again in this country in her own show.” The Cape Times (South Africa)

“One of the top five comics”. The Sydney Morning Herald


Our special international UK guest is one of the most original voices and one of the most exciting to break in years.. provocative, original and prolific has written and starred in his on sitcom, seen on the biggest tv shows and stages and tours large theatres in the UK. One not to miss the intimate Happy Endings.

Countless ★★★★★  reviews from across the globe


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.” –