Joel Ozborn – You’ve seen him with Arj Barker, Akmal and Jimeoin. Now see Joel Ozborn at Happy Endings Comedy Club. Since winning “Street Performer Of The Year” presented by the Sydney Opera House, Joel has toured his funny and spontaneous stand-up comedy to Las Vegas, L.A, New York. From the Sydney Opera House, to National Theatre Tour with fellow Akmal, And Arj, to the Adelaide Fringe Festival to Melbourne International Comedy Festival come watch one of the hardest working comedian in Australia.
“He’s disarming; he’s accessible without being common; articulate and clever without being smug…bloody funny.” – The Age
“we laughed so hard” Sunday Mail
“I fell a little bit in love with Joel Ozborn. This tall, nonchalant Eric Bana look-a-like was perfect… went down a treat ina packed house. People were rocking backwards and forwards, holding in their stomachs and letting out shouts of laughter.” THE ADVERTISER
“Funny and spontaneous.” THE AGE
“His flair for improvisation left the crowd in stitches.” –The Program
With Umit Bali With an exhilarating collection of oddball characters and anecdotes, Umit is one of Sydney’s most entertaining new comedians. “Packed with fast-paced humour and slices of life that are often just plain tragic, Bali’s high-energy stage presence is as entertaining as it is inspiring” – The West Australian
And improv. genius Rebecca De Unamuno, known from her several appearances on programs such as The Glass House, CNNNN, The Chaser’s War on Everything, Stand Up Australia, Comedy Slapdown, Kath and Kim and Comedy Inc – The Late Shift. She’s a comedian, actor, radio host, voice-over artiste, improv legend and all around comedy superstar. This woman oozes talent. (in a good way)
In the world of Theatresports, Rebecca is a two-time Cranston Cup champion and was a member of the Australian team which won the 2001 Improv World Cup. Rebecca was the first woman in the history of the competition to be named Player of the Tournament (aka World Impro Champion).
“Rebecca De Unamuno is possibly the smartest, sharpest, most versatile performer I have ever known.” – Jason Alexander (George Costanza, Seinfeld)
“…something few comics would dare contemplate” – SMH
“it’s like watching a magician and wondering what the secret to her craft is” – Impress Magazine