Justin Hamilton – Justin has carved out an incredibly successful career as a stand up comedian and writer while maintaining his unique voice within the Australian Comedy scene.

2010 saw Justin return to what he does best with his stand up show “Idiot Man Child” touring all over Australia in the first half of the year. Justin has not only sold out numerous solo seasons at the Adelaide Fringe and the Melbourne Comedy Festival but also won awards and nominations to go along with them. He won the 2007 Melbourne Comedy Festival Director’s Award for his show “Three Colours Hammo”, a show that also won the Adelaide Advertiser’s best show award at the 2008 Adelaide Fringe. His 2008 stand up comedy show “The Killing Joke” was nominated for best show at the Melbourne Comedy Festival that year.

With Cameron Duggan, a mixture of observations and sarcasm that have kept hoards of people chuckling across a variety of different pubs and clubs throughout Brisbane and the Gold Coast.

Audiences relate to Cameron’s comedy, and some of which have been so pleased, that they have even gone so far as to say, “good job, mate”, on completion of his set.
“Good job, mate.” – Audience member
“Cameron is a handsome and funny lad.” – Cameron’s mum.

With Rhys Nicholson is the winner of the Best Newcomer Award at the 2012 Sydney Comedy Festival Awards. Rhys Nicholson is known for his spine tinglingly stylish black comedy. Brilliantly irreverent and unapologetic, his unique brand of wry humour and sardonic wit combined with a complete lack of self censorship make for hilarious social commentary. The Newcastle-born comedian is ruthless. No subject is taboo.

WINNER – Best Newcomer at the 2012 Sydney Comedy Festival Awards .Seen on Comedy Channel’s ‘Balls of Steel’- “Hilarious… uproariously catty… sure to entertain with his sharp wit.” The Herald Sun, 2012

“razor-sharp, corrosive wit.” Sydney Morning Herald, 2012 BPH_Brisbane_Comedy_Festival_Rhys_Nicholson_1_2014-1180x663

“His tongue is as sharp as his dress sense. See him before his career becomes as big as his hair.” Wil Anderson, 2012

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