A super special night at Happy Endings with the amazing DAVE EASTGATE – an internationally acclaimed stand-up comedian, the star of TWO Comedy TV Shows on ABC, Wednesday Night Fever and The Elegant Gentleman’s Guide to Knife Fighting, Described by Time Out Magazine as “the love child of simple plan and tenacious d” Dave Eastgate is one of the hottest young musical stand-up comedians in the country. He will come at you 4 Million Miles an Hour with some of the funniest songs you’ll ever hear!
“f*#%ing beautiful” – Robin Williams.
“…unleashes musical thunder with a laughter-packed set of songs” – Metro U.K.
(Friday 27th) With fast rising star Becky Lucas has spent years writing and performing stand-up nationally, locally and in her bedroom. She was a National RAW Comedy finalist in 2013 and was hand picked for prestigious Melbourne International Comedy Festivals’ The Comedy Zone showcase in 2014. In that same year Becky opened for Wil Anderson and performed at Splendour In The Grass.
‘Her unceremonious punchlines hit dead centre every time, getting huge laughs’ – Herald Sun
‘Refreshingly real, with no gimmicks’ – Beat Magazine
(Saturday 28th) With Andrew Barnett 2010 NSW Raw Comedy Competition Finalist is one of Sydney’s most sought after comedians and MCs. His relaxed, affable style has made him a hit with audiences in Sydney and across the country. His musings on parenthood, people and everyday life make him a highly entertaining performer.
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, and The Footy Show. He has also appeared in more classy fare, like Can of Worms, Chelsea Lately, Rove and Tractor Monkeys.
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