An absolutely hot night of comedy at Happy Endings this week with three incredibly talented headliner comics on throughout the night. Joined by extra special guest comedians kicking it into overdrive!

The Former lawyer Chris Radburn is an Aussie comedian who has earned a reputation for clever and cheeky observations that are relatable original and hilarious. Chris has appeared as a comedian on over 15 TV shows including The NRL Footy Show, NBC’s Last Comic Standing, CNN International, Stand up Australia, Thursday Night Live, Getaway, Joker Poker, and the Sydney Comedy Festival Gala and performed overseas in America, Malaysia, Solomon Islands, Dubai, New Zealand and for the troops in Egypt. He has also appeared in over 30 TV Commercials and has written and directed award winning short films. His film ‘Embellish’ starring Dave Eastgate was a finalist in the Bondi Short Film Festival. Two of his sketches including one of ‘The Parents’ sketches were among the 16 finalists in the 2016 Australia’s Funniest Shorts Competition.

★★★★“Clever –witted observational gags…Likely to strike a chord with anyone willing to not take themselves too seriously.” – The Advertiser

“overflowing with laughter for his set …… Radburn combines the Aussie yarn with classical comedic storytelling, culminating in a hysterical show.” – Kryztoff Raw Magazine

“…reveals himself for the true professional observer he is.” – Rip it Up, Adelaide Fringe

“Great delivery …you murdered’ – Rob Schneider

“with deft wit, his observational style hits” – The Age

“very funny …the audience loved it” – Sun Herald

“Laid back Seinfeld like ‘ real life’ comedy”- Arts Hub

Winner – Best of OZ, Spikefest – Spike Milligan Festival.
Winner Triple M ‘One Mic Stand’.
Time Out Best Local Act Nominee.
Time Out People’s Choice Award.
International Finalist – NBC’s Last Comic Standing.
Montreal Just for Laughs Showcase Sydney.
Performed for the troops in Afghanistan


Cameron Duggan

With Cameron Duggan

Cameron first ventured into the world of stand-up comedy in 2010 and has been performing ever since. His act, a mixture of observations and sarcasm, has kept hoards of people chuckling in a variety of different pubs and clubs throughout Australia.

In 2013, Cameron competed in RAW Comedy, Australia’s annual competition for emerging stand-up comedians, where he took out the QLD State Final and was named National Runner-Up.
2016 was a big year for Cameron with the premiere of his debut show Sorry I’m Late at the Sydney Comedy Festival.

And Adam Richard A standup comedian since 1997, Adam has performed all over Australia, Britain and the USA.


He began his gossip queen career as Triple J’s Mister Bitch (2002/3) and spent a decade as The Fabulous Adam Richard, part of Melbourne’s Number 1 FM breakfast team, the Matt and Jo Show on 101.9 The Fox.

In 2014 Adam became a team captain with Ella Hooper on the all-new Spicks and Specks hosted by Josh Earl on ABC TV. Adam has appeared as a guest on such embarrassing ventures as Celebrity Dog School, Celebrity Splash, Hole in the Wall (what is it with all the swimming pools?), and The Footy Show. He has also appeared in more classy fare, like Can of Worms, Chelsea Lately, Rove and Tractor Monkeys.

He is the co-writer and co-star of the 2012 ABC TV comedy series Outland, about a group of gay science fiction fans, and a producer and presenter of podcasts The Shelf (with Justin Hamilton) and The Poofcast (with Scott Brennan and Toby Sullivan, aka Talking Poofy).