George is was born in Greece but moved the the UK when he was 18 to study Biochemistry.

Instead of going back to pursue a career in science, he discovered stand up and soon enough he was travelling the lengths of Britain headlining some of the most prestigious clubs out there, as well as having had fantastic runs at the Edinburgh Fringe Festivals.

The last 3 years he has been visiting Australia for the comedy festivals here.

He has also appeared on BBC ONE several times and supported Luisa Omielan, a Melbourne Festival award nominated comedian on tour.

Accessible, likeable, his jokes are solid and his timing impeccable – The List

George gigs regularly for the likes of The Stand, Manfords, The Glee, Funhouse, Top Secret, Comedy Cafe and numerous independents.

George Zach went down well with the crowd and got some of the bigger laughs of the night. Really likeable act should go far – Gigglebeats

Michael Connell

With Michael Connell began getting laughs at the age of three in his back yard with the Hills Hoist acting as stage and curtain, and he hasn’t stopped performing since.

At the age of thirteen Michael added juggling to his already extensive talents and spent several years busking and touring with various small circuses. Then, in January 2000, Michael entered the Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s Class Clowns Competition and launched his comedy career.

Winning competitions such as the Class Clowns Competition (a search to find Australia’s funniest high school student), and the TREV Campus Comedy Competition (a similar search for the funniest university student), helped Michael become an established performer on Melbourne’s comedy scene.

Over the years Michael has performed everywhere from the set of Rove [live] and Her Majesty’s Theatre, to the main stage of the Melbourne Town Hall and the Telstra Dome during half time. Michael has produced hit shows at festivals such as the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, the New Zealand International Comedy Festival, The Melbourne Fringe Festival, and more. He is regularly in demand as a corporate entertainer, a speaker at high schools and universities, and as a performer at comedy venues across Australia.

Michael’s sensitive, intelligent and hilarious routines are beautifully developed to make everyone laugh, and are clean enough not to offend anyone.

Jonas Holt Guitar

And Jonas Holt

Jonas Holt  A rapid fire machine of comedy. Legendary impersonations, jokes so clever you’ll be lucky to catch half of them.

Jonas began his stand up comedy career in 1995 in Perth, Western Australia, after winning an impersonation contest 13 times, and other comedy competitions, they banned him from competing. A sort after professional comedian, party superhero and radio guest.  “A sheer natural force of comedy coming at you like a comedy tsunami” Herald Sun