Gary Eck, Co-Director Happy Feet 2, ARIA AWARD nomination & Tropfest Winner, is one of Australia’s most popular stand-up comedians, performing from Edinburgh to Paris to New York and London. As seen on ‘Spicks and Specks’ Mick Molloy’s ‘The Nation’and The Movie hot ‘Boytown’ and recently co-directed with Academy Award winning director George Miller on ‘Happy Feet 2.

Regularly heard on NOVA, 2WS, MMM and ABC 702’s Thank God It’s Friday with Richard Glover. These days you don’t catch the incredibly busy Gary Eck often in a comedy club, so make sure you don’t miss it!

With Luke Heggie is a Sydney-based comedian, munitions expert, metal detecting enthusiast, and all round top bloke. Winner Time Out Magazine Sydney’s Best Comedian 2012 and Raw Comedy Winner 2010 Luke has one of the most efficient words-to-laughs ratio of any comic you’ll have seen.

“Deadpan delivery and exquisite timing.”  – Herald Sun

“Sharp, sardonic, and understated.” – Sydney Morning Herald

“Dry, cynical, and unashamedly grumpy.” – The Age

“..confounding yet charming connoisseur of the one liner.” – Rhum

And Dave Jory – Since 2003,  Dave has performed stand-up comedy everywhere from the military bases of Afghanistan to the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. He’s been a regular on Triple J and has appeared on TV shows including The Footy Show, Last Comic Standing, Urban Monkey and Stand Up Australia. In this time he developed in to one of Australia’s funniest and most confident comedians. A prolific writer and always one of the smartest dressed people in the room, Dave Jory is the sort comedian who always brings his A-game. Women want him. Men want to be him. Whatever you do, don’t miss him.

“…had the crowd in a roar of laughter. A definite gem…Jory’s performance delivered everything it promised and then some.”(Drum Media) Dave Jory

“Dave Jory is like the Sinatra of stand-up and you’ll certainly get a kick out of him.” (Inpress Magazine)

“…a generous supply of lovely well-crafted payoffs.”(

“The apex of the night…. Joyful one liners reminiscent of Steven Wright’s cracked absurdity” (Beat Magazine)

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