Dave Jory – Since 2003, Dave has performed stand-up comedy everywhere from the military bases of Afghanistan to the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. He’s been a regular on Triple J and has appeared on TV shows including The Footy Show, Last Comic Standing, Urban Monkey and Stand Up Australia. In this time he developed in to one of Australia’s funniest and most confident comedians. A prolific writer and always one of the smartest dressed people in the room, Dave Jory is the sort comedian who always brings his A-game. Women want him. Men want to be him. Whatever you do, don’t miss him.

“…had the crowd in a roar of laughter. A definite gem…Jory’s performance delivered everything it promised and then some.” – Drum Media

“Dave Jory is like the Sinatra of stand-up and you’ll certainly get a kick out of him.” Inpress Magazine

“…a generous supply of lovely well-crafted payoffs.”(chortle.co.uk)

“The apex of the night…. Joyful one liners reminiscent of Steven Wright’s cracked absurdity” (Beat Magazine)

With Michael Workman – A Barry-nominated stand up who can kill in any club in the world; a creator of gentle, intricately crafted stage fables; an artist and composer with a filmic range and intensity.

Winner of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s Raw Comedy competition. Winner – Wild West Comedy Festival award for Best Show.

In 2011 Michael’s Melbourne debut Humans are Beautiful took out the MICF Best Newcomer award, and received significant critical acclaim. In 2012 saw Michael become more Win  ‘Best Comedy Show’ at Adelaide Fringe and was the only comedy to receive an award for excellence in the Sydney Fringe.

He regularly appears on the club circuit and in 2013 and 2014 toured regional NSW and Queensland with Sydney Comedy Festival Roadshow. He was also invited to be part of the prestigious Just For Laughs Gala at the Sydney Opera House. Performing with some of the best stand-up comedians from all over the world.

“People need to go and see Michael Workman”The Pun

“His attitude, and his thoughtful imagery, sticks with you long after you’ve left the venue. Impressive stuff, indeed.”Chortle

“Must see territory”Timeout Melbourne.

“Workman is clearly a precociously talented comic” – Timeout Sydney

And Emma Zammit -In 2008, Emma won the prestigious “Quest for the Best” new comedy talent search. In 2009, Emma performed in the NSW state finals for “Raw Comedy”. Emma showcased her first solo show “My Emmoirs: A Tale of Two Cities” at the Wild West Perth Comedy Festival in May 2011 which was nominated for the “People’s Choice Award”.Emma Zammitt

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