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April 19, 2021
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November 30, 2020
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June 24, 2020
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May 12, 2020
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  • "Rounding out the special, episode four will feature Wil Anderson as MC, plus Claire Hooper, Aaron Chen, Steph Tisdell, Michelle Brasier, and emerging talent Blake Freeman."
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  • "MC Dave Hughes performs to his toughest crowd - his kids - and brings you performances from Tom Ballard, Becky Lucas, Randy Feltface, Nikki Britton and Oliver Twist."
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  • "MC Dave Hughes performs to his toughest crowd - his kids - and brings you performances from Tom Ballard, Becky Lucas, Randy Feltface, Nikki Britton and Oliver Twist."
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  • "Episode three will see Cal Wilson taking up the MC spot, while other comedians include Tommy Little, Geraldine Hickey, Sam Campbell, Sam Taunton and newcomer Bec Charlwood."
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  • "The second instalment of the comedy special will feature MC Nazeem Hussain, along with Zoë Coombs Marr, Dilruk Jayasinha, Nath Valvo, Demi Lardner & Tom Walker, plus emerging talent Lauren Bonner."
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  • "Moving from Rwanda to Brisbane in 2014, Oliver Twist is making waves as one of Australia’s unique and exciting young comedians. Oliver bases much of his writing and performance on his turbulent personal experiences, which have cultivated for him an extensive and dynamic comedy career over the last four years. A RAW national finalist in 2017, he has also opened for Wil Anderson, Becky Lucas and performed alongside the likes of Kevin Hart and Tiffany Hadish.\n\nA playwright too, Oliver’s work FEAR was picked up by Griffin Theatre Company in 2019 to be staged for their 2020 season. An exceptional story-teller full of sharp wit, Oliver Twist is fast becoming known as an electrifying, one-of-a-kind young talent."
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  • "Cal Wilson came across the Tasman in 2003 and has gone on to become one of our most popular comedians, a perennial favourite on television shows such as Spicks and Specks, Good News Week, Thank God You’re Here, and more recently Have You Been Paying Attention? and Hughesy We Have a Problem. Her stand up shows are as engaging as they are hilarious, often bringing the audience’s stories to life alongside her own.\n\nIn 2018, Cal was invited by Netflix to the Montreal Just for Laughs comedy festival in Montreal to record a Netflix Original Comedy Special which was released in early 2019. Cal was also in the writers’ rooms for the first two seasons of The Weekly with Charlie Pickering . In 2016, she landed one of her dream jobs as an ensemble cast member in Whose Line Is It Anyway? Australia alongside some of the country’s brightest improvisers.\n\nCal continues her national touring and is returning for her 5th year as the Melbourne live show host of the worldwide smash-hit storytelling podcast The Moth.\n\n2019 also saw Cal become a very serious children’s author, penning two books called “George and the Great Bum Stampede,” and “George and the Great Brain Swappery.”"
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  • "Zoë Coombs Marr is a performer, writer, artist and comedian. She grew up in Grafton, where she and her best friend staged a musical instead of going to schoolies week.\n\nZoë has performed stand up comedy extensively in Australia, London and New York. Her solo show, Trigger Warning, won the 2016 Melbourne Comedy Festival Award for Most Outstanding Show as well as the Golden Gibbo, and two Green Room Awards. It was also nominated for Best Show at the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe Festival and the 2017 Victorian Premier’s Literary Award for Drama.\n\nIn 2008 Zoë completed a double degree in Performance Studies at UNSW and Fine Arts at COFA, where she was awarded the Dinosaur Designs Prize and the Art and Australia Award. Her video works and sculptures have been exhibited at a number of galleries, including First Draft, Kudos and King’s ARI and in 2006 she won the National Poetry Slam Championships under dubious circumstances.\n\nIn 2012, her solo theatre/comedy work And That Was The Summer That Changed My Life was awarded the Philip Parsons Young Playwright Award and was nominated for Best Newcomer at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Other works include Gone Off or I’ve Been Everywhere, Man (Old Fitzroy Theatre, MCF 2012, SMAC award Best On Stage 2012) and Dave (MCF 2013, Edinburgh Fringe, Soho Theatre, London). Zoë’s five-woman ensemble play Is This Thing On? was presented at Belvoir Theatre in 2014.\n\nZoë is also one third of the contemporary performance company post. Most recently, post’s work Oedipus Schmoedipus was presented at Belvoir for Sydney Festival, Arts House Melbourne, and won a Green Room award for best experimental text. post’s other works include: Who’s The Best? (Sydney Theatre Company, Melbourne Arts House, Brisbane Powerhouse, Darwin Festival, and Noorderzon Festival, NL, 2011-2013), Everything I Know About The Global Financial Crisis In One Hour (Belvoir Theatre, 2010), Shamelessly Glitzy Work (Performance Space Sydney, Melbourne Arts House, Brisbane Powerhouse) and their newest work Ich Nibber Dibber played at Melbourne’s Malthouse Theatre and the Sydney Opera House in 2018.\n\nZoë filmed Trigger Warning as part of the Next Gen series, was a regular panel member on Dirty Laundry Live, and has also been seen on Cram (Ten), ABC’S The Chaser’s Media Circus, How Not To Behave, Backseat Drivers, and Live at Bella Union (SBS).\n\nIn 2017, Zoë’s theatrical collaboration with Ursula Martinez and Adrienne Truscott, Wild Bore, premiered at the Malthouse Theatre and went on to be performed at the Soho Theatre, Edinburgh Fringe and at the Skirball Centre at NYU.\n\nSince 2013 Zoë most frequently appeared in comedy circles (including in her award-winning show Trigger Warning) as Dave, a retrograde male comedian with a neck beard. But in 2018 she appeared as herself, sans Dave’s neck beard, with her hit festival offering Bossy Bottom. The show saw Zoe nominated for Best Comedy Performer at the Helpmann Awards and won her a prestigious Herald Angel Award in Edinburgh. Bossy Bottom has been filmed for international release on Amazon Prime Video in 2020."
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  • "It’s been a brilliant start to the year for Geraldine. Her show Things Are Going Well received a nomination for the Melbourne Comedy Festival Award for most outstanding show, while she also took home the coveted comedians’ choice Piece of Wood Award.\n\nA stalwart of the Australian comedy scene, Geraldine has been seen on The Oxfam Comedy Gala, Upfront: The Queens of Comedy Gala, Tonightly and Comedy Next Gen.\n\nFor the last three years Geraldine has also been a co-host on the much revered breakfast radio show Breakfasters on RRR, and has made multiple appearances on ABC, Triple M and the Hit Network."
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  • "Nikki Britton started out as an actor and exploded onto the comedy scene in 2011 with her warm, lightning-paced style, that has subsequently seen her appear on the Melbourne Comedy Festival Oxfam Gala, ABC’s Comedy Up Late and on The Comedy Channel as part of the Just For Laughs Festival.\n\nYou may have also seen Nikki playing the scene-stealing Marlo on Peter Helliar’s How to Stay Married on Network 10, feature in Matt Okine’s The Other Guy and star in the Screen Australia web-series Sheila’s, directed by Hannah and Eliza Riley.She has also appeared as a guest on Network Ten’s The Project and Celebrity Name Game.\n\nHer live theatre credits include playing Sara in Amelia Roper’s She Rode Horses Like the Stock Exchange and touring the one woman Irish play 51 Shades of Maggie Muff around Australia for 2 years to sold-out crowds and critical acclaim.\n\nNikki has toured her stand up comedy nationally and internationally for the last 6 years including with The Melbourne Comedy Festival Roadshow, as well as performing at LA’s Laugh Factory, The Hollywood Improv and The Edinburgh Festival Fringe.\n\nHer solo shows Romanticide and One Small Step were both nominated for best comedy at the Perth and Adelaide Comedy Festivals. Her 2019 show Once Bitten received standing ovations and excellent reviews to sold out houses at festivals across the country. As a playwright, she was nominated for a GLUG for her work on Hidden Sydney.\n\nNikki’s electrifying stage presence, warmth and personable demeanour make Nikki Britton a much sought-after talent on stage, TV and radio."
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  • "Becky Lucas is a writer and standup comedian who in the last year alone has performed her solo show at the Sydney Opera House, made her US TV debut on Conan and performed at the prestigious Just for Laughs Montreal Festival. Becky quickly gained recognition by exploding onto the comedy scene in the 2013 National RAW Comedy finals and since then has been unstoppable. Performing solo shows to sold out crowds across Australia & New Zealand and also overseas as Becky made her Edinburgh Fringe debut in 2018 and the same year went on to perform her solo show live at the Sydney Opera House as part of Just for Laughs Sydney Festival. Becky has just finished another hugely successful year with her 2019 show Um, Support Me?! rounding off the tour performing alongside some of the biggest names of comedy at Just For Laughs Montreal.\n\nWhen she’s not on stage, Becky is all over the small screen. This year Becky made her television debut in the United States of America on Conan O’Briens late-night talk show Conan, which also impressively makes Becky the first female Australian to feature on the show. Previous TV appearances include a much sought after spot on the ABC TV’s 2018/2019 Oxfam Gala and Comedy Up Late (both filmed live at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival), hosting ABC2 and Screen Australia's documentary Big Bad Love, as well as appearances on The Comedy Channels Best of the Sydney Fest, JFL’s The Stand Up Series, ABC’s Fancy Boy, Network 10’s Hughesy We Have A Problem, NZTV 7 Days, Seven Network's Orange is the New Brown, Comedy Centrals ‘Share This’ (a popular online video series which amassed millions of views) and has been a guest on 'Seek Treatment', a popular podcast hosted by New York comic Cat Cohen and Pat Regan.\n\nAs a writer, Becky’s credits include co-writing for Matt Okine's semi-autobiographical comedy The Other Guy (Season 1) for Stan, as well as Josh Thomas’s Emmy-nominated show, Please Like Me. A prolific queen tweeter Becky was named as one of Buzzfeed‘s 27 funniest Australian comedians on Twitter but quite controversially got banned off the social media platform for threatening to chop off the prime ministers head. No cause for concern as Becky still keeps busy on Instagram, engaging fans with her weekly newsletter and her podcast with fellow comedian Cameron James who she was asked to co-write, co-create and co-star in “Be Your Own Boss”, which screened as a part of the ABC’s Fresh Blood 2018 series.\n\nAs a stand up, she’s opened for calibre comics including Conan O’Brien, Nick Kroll, Jim Norton, Beth Stelling and Daniel Tosh and has performed at the prestigious UCB theatre in Los Angeles, The Comedy Cellar in New York and at the iconic Sydney Opera House."
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  • "Tom Ballard is an award-winning stand up comedian/actor/writer/broadcaster/person who always tries his best. He’s one of Australia’s hottest comic talents, he’s performed and won acclaim all around the world and he’s very pleased to meet you.\n\nIn 2009, Tom became the youngest ever recipient of the Melbourne Comedy Festival’s Best Newcomer Award for his debut hour, Tom Ballard Is What He Is. He was nominated for Best Newcomer at the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe for his show Taxis & Rainbows & Hatred, while his 2016 show The World Keeps Happening was nominated for Best Show in both Melbourne and Edinburgh, as well as taking out the 2016 Helpmann Award for Best Comedy Performer and the inaugural John Pinder Prize at the Melbourne Comedy Festival. The show then went on to be recorded at the Comedy Theatre for Stan Australia’s One Night Stan series.\n\nIn 2017 Tom’s show Problematic won the Best Australian Show Award at the Sydney Comedy Festival and was hailed as one of the top three best-reviewed shows at the Edinburgh Fringe that year.\n\nHe’s been invited to perform at the Montreal Just For Laughs Festival, had sold-out seasons at the famous Soho Theatre and has opened for the likes of Wanda Sykes, Stephen Merchant and Danny Bhoy. He even once roast-battled Jimmy Carr and didn’t die in the process.\n\nTom also has quite the taste for broadcasting and doing proper satire. He co-hosted the breakfast show on national youth radio station triple j with his dear friend Alex Dyson for four years. A collection of the “highlights” from that show, Tom & Alex: The Bits We’re Least Ashamed Of, won the 2013 ARIA for Best Comedy Release.\n\nAt just 24 years old, Tom hosted Reality Check: his very own ABC TV panel show dissecting the insane world of reality television. He’s guest hosted the ABC discussion show Q&A on multiple occasions, interviewed all sorts of political figures on his popular podcast Like I’m A Six-Year-Old, featured on the race-focused social experiment series First Contact and for more than 150 episodes, hosted his own satirical late night show for ABC Comedy, Tonightly with Tom Ballard, which was a very naughty show that the conservative Australian government didn’t like very much at all.\n\nYou should also know that Tom dropped out of a law degree after six weeks, he’s very bad at being vegetarian and he suffers from mild eczema.\n\nTom is one of the country’s most exciting and insightful voices."
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