Tommy Dean is Awesome” – Foxtel Magazine.
“smarts, skill and wit”- The Age
“a consummate master of timing”- Australian Stage
If you have never seen Tommy Dean you are genuinely missing out on a master of the language – comedy. Known as the “good will hunting” of comedy, he seems to see life as an enormous equation in front of him and solves it in an instant – with a mind bending laugh.
With the unique edge of being an American who understands Australia! You would no doubt have seen this guy on countless TV shows!! Tommy’s astute, clean, observational comedic style consistently make him a stand out winner with theatre audiences, corporate clients, Festival producers, TV and radio shows alike. With pin sharp banter, genial manner and a vast stock of broad appeal hilarious routines interweaving the foibles of his adopted home country with the dark reality of his home country Tommy never fails to connect with and impress any audience.
Tommy’s impressive media appearance CV includes Spicks and Specks, Good News Week, Stand Up Australia, Rove Live, Joker Poker, Sunrise, The Today Show and The Sideshow. If you haven’t heard how good a comedian this big American with the rock god long hair and booming deep voice is, or you can’t put a name to funny American you saw on that panel Come and check this out – Tommy can also be heard regularly on ABC 702 radio.
With Michael Hing who has performed at World’s Funniest Island, Homebake and Harvest festivals as well as sold-out audiences at the Sydney Comedy Festival, Melbourne Comedy Festival and Sydney Fringe.
In 2012, he was invited to be a guest panelist on Channel 10’s Can of Worms. Michael’s comedy interweaves themes of social issues like racism and inequality, with personal stories from his life.
And Nikki Britton Described as “a breathlessly energetic force-of-nature performance that sweeps up all in her path” Nikki is a regular at Sydney’s Comedy Store and has recently toured with the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow and Sydney Comedy Festival Showcase across Australia. She originally trained as an actor, dancer and clown and has a gift for storytelling and characterisation, as well as a lightning fast wit. With a style that is warm and energetic, Nikki has been named as one of Australian comedy’s top rising stars (SMH) and has recently returned from touring her one woman play of juggernaut success, 51 shades of Maggie Muff. She is just about to embark on the festival circuit for the third time with her hottest comedy offering to date, The Other 3 Percent.
★★★★½ “well-written, with a stellar combination of pathos, silliness and observational humour to keep it bounding along. Highly recommended!” Herald Sun.
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