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

Christina Van Look

With Christina Van Look burst onto the Sydney comedy scene six years ago and continues to delight audiences from Melbourne, New York, London and Toongabbie.

Her humour varies from hilariously self-deprecating to bitingly sardonic but her punchlines are delivered with a relaxed smile that makes her a favourite wherever she performs. Christina is renowned for her rapid-fire jokes about celebrities (Kim K would sue if she could actually understand the joke), parenting as a competitive sport and why you need to visit a sex shop at least once in your life.

She has spent an extended period performing comedy in New York where she recently performed at Gotham Comedy Club and the Comedy Cellar. She also featured on The Darren Sanders Show on Foxtel’s Aurora.

“Christina Van Look is one terrifically funny woman. Nothing is as refreshing as a mother with a disdain for children.” – Rick Crom (Louis CK, Inside Amy Schumer)

“One of the funniest women in comedy.” – Mikey Robbins (Good News Week)


And Subby Valentine is not only one of Sydney’s most experienced, versatile and successful comedians, he is also a well-known radio personality, raconteur, TV pundit and writer.

A skilled entertainer and interviewer from his years on Triple J, Triple M, Mix FM and ABC Radio, Subby has grilled many big names from the entertainment world including Michael Buble, Billy Bob Thornton, Owen Wilson, James Blunt and Daniel Radcliffe, to name just a few.

He loves chatting and interacting with the audience which is why he is a popular choice as MC for organisations including Amnesty International, Nestle, Masterton Homes, The Wales Tourism Board, Oxfam and Austereo as well as a host of others.

As one of Sydney’s best comedians, Subby has headlined at comedy festivals throughout Australia in addition to appearances in Singapore, Hong Kong, London and Edinburgh. His abilities extend beyond stand-up comedy into the areas of television and radio writing and sketch comedy acting and writing.

As a writer he was a big contributor to the highly successful ‘Morning Crew’ at 2DAYFM with Wendy Harmer and Greg Fleet. His radio credits include his own hit show on the Triple M Network, the Tom and Subby Show and as co-host of Mix 106.5 FM’s Sammy and Subby in the Morning.

He has written for and acted in sketch comedies for stage and TV including the Network 10 cult hit comedy program SkitHouse. He was a frequent guest on ABC’s The Fat and The Glasshouse, and was a television host on SBS’s The Men’s Room.

Subby can also be heard weekly on the popular ‘Thank God it’s Friday’ segment of Richard Glover’s Drive program on 702 ABC Sydney.