Sat 20th Aug 8.30pm – Garry Who with Casey Talbot and Justin Hamilton plus Special Guests
Garry Who Nearly any age group of comedy lovers knows this bloke! 3 decades at the top of Australian comedy, Most of you remember him as “Dougy” from TV’s “All Together Now”. Winner of the 2011 ‘MO’ award & Nominated for the ‘Rodney Rude MO Award’ for best comedian. As seen on the midday show, Fat Pizza and Housos.
Garry has worked in all facets of show business, Television, Radio, Movies, Voice-over and is one of the most sort after corporate comedians both nationally and internationally. Awarded the ‘MO Certificate of Excellence in Live Performance’.2011- Nominated for the ‘Rodney Rude MO Award’ for best comedian 2009
2009 -‘Antenna Award for Outstanding Comedy Program’ and Nominated for an ARIA award. Once you see him live, you’ll never forget that! He’s that good!!
With Casey Talbot has been performing comedy around Australia and the world for over a decade.
In April 2010 Casey was one of the hand picked supports for American comedian and movie star Pauly Shore on his Australian tour. Casey made his Melbourne International Comedy Festival debut in 2011, and in 2012 performed on the legendary MacDougal Street in New York’s Greenwich Village. This year Casey performed his new solo show “A Case Study” at the 2014 Adelaide fringe festival.
He has written for radio at Triple M and Sea FM and guest stars on ABC radio. Stand up comedy became Case’s calling, given his laid back Australian style, witty insights and astounding inability to hold down a regular job. Making people laugh is what he has always done… only now he’s doing it on purpose.
And 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.
Plus special guests