Clint Paddison – is one of Australia’s most in-demand comedians with appearances in 12 different countries from Ireland to Iraq. Clint has performed stand-up comedy on shows such as ‘The Footy Show’, ‘Thursday Night Live’ and ‘Stand-Up Australia’. He has made guest appearances on ‘Sunrise’, ‘20 to 1’, ‘Ready Steady Cook’, ‘What’s Good For You’ and made a cameo appearance on ‘Packed to the Rafters’. Winner of the “2001 Comedy Cup” and the “2004 Australia Day Comedy Competition”. Clint is as polished as they come, spend Sat night with the company of one of the best Comedians in the world.
With Chris Radburn is one of the finest live stand up comedians in the country. After being handpicked to support US comedy superstars Rob Schneider and Weird Al Yankovic, and a standout performance in the Montreal Just for Laughs Sydney Showcase.
Chris has appeared on over 15 TV shows, had a show on Radio, played the funny guy in countless TV commercials, and been the warm up guy for many TV shows, but it is live stand up comedy where he is at his best and uncensored.
FOUR STARS “Clever –witted observational gags…Likely to strike a chord with anyone willing to not take themselves too seriously.” – Feb 2014, The Advertiser
” overflowing with laughter for his set …… Radburn combines the Aussie yarn with classical comedic storytelling, culminating in a hysterical show.” – Feb 2014, Kryztoff Raw Magazine
“…reveals himself for the true professional observer he is.” – Feb 2014, Rip it Up, Adelaide Fringe
“the audience loved it” – Sun Herald
“great delivery …you murdered” – Rob Schneider
“with deft wit, his observational style hits” – The Age
International Finalist – NBC’s Last Comic Standing
Winner Best of OZ Sydney Final
Winner Spikefest Spike Milligan Festival
Winner Triple M ‘One Mic Stand’
Time Out Best Local Act Nominee
Time Out People’s Choice Award Nominee
And Jeremy Keast has been doing standup comedy since 2004, from Sydney to Perth everywhere in between and New York City too. His style of comedy involves singing a few songs on guitar, general observations and a bit of cheeky wrongness. He starred in the 8 part comedic drama series, “I Rock” the first series made for the ABC digital channel ABC2.
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