The funniest comedians from this year’s Sydney Comedy Festival are hitting the road and bringing an all-star comedy showcase to the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre!

Expertly curated and lovingly presented the showcase will feature some of the Festival’s hottest acts live on stage for an incredible two hours of hard hitting laughter.

MC for the night is stand-up comedian, adventurer, above-average armchair athlete, and charming host Mickey D! Combining his boundless energy and killer wit, he is sure to keep the laughs coming!

Highlights from the Showcase will include the rapid-fire jokes of American-born Australian adoptee Mike Goldstein, and the outrageous wit of Amanda Gray! With special guests joining these comedy stars live on stage, you’d better strap in because this is a night you will not want to miss.

So call your pals, book the babysitter and grab your tickets to the funniest night of entertainment you will see all year

LINE UP ANNOUNCED!

MC: Mickey D

Mike Goldstein (USA)

Amanda Gray

Plus more special guests!

Get in quick and grab your tickets to the funniest night you will see all year!

Bring your friends and save! Get a group of 8 or more together and pay just $32.90 each!

 

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