Bruce Griffiths – Bruce is so good your other favourite comedians tell his jokes – he writes for them! See it for yourself from the widely acclaimed Mr Griffiths. His writing credits are astonishing, “The Glass House”, “Good News Week”, “Enough Rope With Andrew Denton”, “Club Veg”, the “Doug Mulray Breakfast Program” material for fellow Comic Of The Year winners The Umbilical Brothers’. For Jason Alexander he co-wrote the former “Seinfeld” star’s sell-out “Comedy Christmas”. The credit list goes on and on with names we can’t mention. But live, Bruce is a one liner genius that has to be seen to be believed. DO NOT MISS HIM! Trust us you will talk about him for days…
“The sheer quantity of gags means that you’re never far from a piece a brilliant comedy”. – Chortle UK
With Sam Bowring began performing standup comedy at the famous (at the time) (in Sydney) (amongst certain circles) Harold Park Hotel when he was 16, getting his first paid work there at 17. He has been runner-up in the Raw Comedy National Final, nominated for Best Emerging Comic at the Adelaide Fringe, and for both Best Newcomer and the Piece of Wood Awards at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
A writer from a young age, his first novel was published when he was nineteen. Since then he has written several more, including the critically acclaimed fantasy series ‘The Broken Well Trilogy’, which has reprinted four times and sold over ten thousand copies. He followed it up with the ‘Strange Threads’ duology, which was selected for ‘Get Reading: 50 Books You Can’t Put Down’ campaign in 2012. Sam has also penned 4 plays, written for Rove, The Mansion, The Ronnie Johns Half Hour, countless comedy festival shows and T.V appearances.
“★★★★. His jokes are like ninjas quietly sneaking up on you Undeniably funny.” – Adelaide Advertiser
And Cameron James is confessional, absurdist, casually irreverent and boundary pushing style reminds you of the troublemaker who was forced to join the school debate team. Which is exactly what he was “Perfect comic timing” – Chortle, UK.
“The most obviously Next Big Thing” – Time Out Sydney.
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