A huge night of comedy this Saturday night with some heavy hitting comedy coming your way!
Brett Nichols– Brett’s accessible style and immediate punchy delivery has a nation full of fans. Brett has had multiple TV and stage experience with performances on “The NRL Footy Show”, “Stand Up Australia” and was a finalist in the U.S Network NBC’s “Last Comic Standing”.
He is a national headline comedian and a favourite at Happy Endings.
With John Cruckshank An acute observer of the everyday and the every other day. If you can count, you can count on John Cruckshank making you laugh.
‘Spectacularly Funny’– Herald Sun.
Guests Camilla Cleese – comedian, writer, and actress, originally from London, but currently residing in Los Angeles, CA. Camilla began pursuing a career in entertainment after attending UCSB. She was fortunate to start out working with and learning from her father, John Cleese, writing and performing in a number of tours and various other projects. In recent years, they co-penned the musical stage adaptation of the film, “A Fish Called Wanda,’ and worked as a writer on the very first ‘Just For Laughs International Comedy Gala at The Sydney Opera House’.
In more recent years Camilla added stand up comedy to her repertoire, which has since become her favorite endeavor. She spent most of 2013 performing in Chicago, at The Laugh Factory, Zanies, The Comedy Bar, The Comedy Shrine, The Chicago Improv, Comedy Sports and various other venues.
And Gary Eck, Co-Director Happy Feet 2, ARIA AWARD nomination & Tropfest Winner, is one of Australia’s most popular stand-up comedians, performing from Edinburgh to Paris to New York and London. As seen on ‘Spicks and Specks’ Mick Molloy’s ‘The Nation’and the movie ‘Boytown’
MC Mikey Robins is best known for his work on Good News Week as team captain along with Paul McDermott and Claire Hooper Mikey’s radio career began with 7 years as host of Triple J’s National Breakfast Show. He has also worked for Triple M and vega. Early TV career included Live and Sweaty and McFeast followed by regular appearances on Sunrise, Spicks and Specks and The Fat.
Devised and hosted a series of documentaries on Channel 10 about Australians and their favourite pubs, the success of which lead to shows being filmed in both Ireland and Las Vegas. Also hosted shows for the Foxtel network including Campaign and Hollywood Head to Head. Co-Authored 2 books “Three Beers and a Chinese Meal” with Helen Razor and “Big Man’s World” with Tony Squires and Steve Abbott AKA The Sandman.
Mikey has been a columnist for The Daily Telegraph and GQ and has written for several publications including Men’s Style.
Plus Special Guest Comedians.