Rob-BrownAnother Cracker at Happy Endings, 3 brilliant comedians bringing it.

Rob Brown – Draws his material from experiences growing up in a caravan park, working for over a decade as an officer in maximum security prisons, his time training security services in Iraq, his family life – children, and marriage – and questions which one is more dangerous! A must see for any comedy lover.
Rob has been lucky in his career starting out as the comedy writer for an Australian radio breakfast show and was then selected to host the popular morning show at RIVER 94.9 in Brisbane before deciding to leave and take the stage.

In Edinburgh this year, Rob had his UK premiere of “What A Load of Kabul!” a captivating one-hour show of his journey to Afghanistan this summer, the unexpected twists that occurred. He performed his show to rave reviews and took the main stage at Edinburgh Comedy Festivals “Late and Live” show.

“Hes a charming, naturally funny man with a talent for storytelling. He got the biggest applause I have heard for any stand up at this years festival…a big, lovely bloke who made you feel a little bit better about the world.”

“… A brave comedic choice, this will inspire you,” said Hairline

Supported by Seamus McAlery People say that Seamus “makes comedy look effortless”, which is a nice compliment, although he really does try hard. Seamus has been performing comedy since 2006 when he made the Grand Final of the Quest for the Best competition and since then has been gigging all over Sydney, regional NSW and interstate. His amiable, nonchalant and sometimes shambolic stage presence has lead him to support national and international acts including; Wil Anderson, Tommy Dean, Gordon Southern and Eddie Ifft. He has written for Good News Week and can be heard on the radio as part of the Austereo network’s Home Grown Humour.

And Brett Nichols– Brett has had multiple TV and stage experience with performances on the national broadcasted “The NRL Footy Show”, “Stand Up Australia” and was a finalist in the U.S Network NBC’s
“Last Comic Standing” performing to over 6 million in the USA. He is a Sydney Comedy favourite with his appealable style.