Monday, February 10, 2014

Sydney Comedy Festival 2014 | Upcoming Event | Around Sydney

If there was only one event you could go to in next three months what would it be? I know where I would be and that’s the Sydney Comedy Festival 2014.

The Sydney Comedy Festival is Sydney's biggest annual comedy event and is celebrating it's 10th birthday in 2014. The Festival kicks with two lavish gala events: the Sydney Comedy Festival Gala at the Sydney Opera House and Cracker Night (Sydney's biggest night of comedy) at the Enmore Theatre, Metro Theatre, The Concourse Chatswood, Riverside Theatre and the Seymour Centre.

The bad news is that due to popular demand tickets to the Sydney Comedy Festival Gala at the Sydney Opera House are all SOLD OUT, but the GOOD NEWS is there are still tickets left for Cracker Night so hurry to get your tickets.

Cracker Night will be featuring an awesome line up of the biggest and best Australian legends, international stars and next big things of comedy.

In addition, the Sydney Comedy Festival has just announced on their website its second line up of stand-up comedians with their own shows so get ready to be absolutely spoilt for choice this year!

MIKE EPPS (USA) – After Dark Tour
Enmore Theatre: Fri 16 May 2014
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American comedian and actor Mike Epps, who famously played the character of Black Doug in The Hangover and The Hangover Part III, will tour Australia for the first time in 2014 taking his stand up show, the After Dark Tour around the country.

Enmore Theatre: Sat 10 May 2014
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Having frequently fronted Australian TV in shows like ‘The Project’, ‘Good News Week’ and ‘Thank God You’re Here’, Tom Gleeson is one of our biggest Aussie acts. He has performed at every major comedy festival in the world, been twice nominated for a Helpmann and the biggest stand up on the planet, Louis CK, chose Tom to be his support act for his Australian tour.

Factory Theatre: 29 April – 4 May 2014
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There’s no greater fool to spend an hour with than Frank Woodley. Stand-up comedy at its most physical. Guaranteed to give you that tingly feeling you’re left with after you’ve laughed like a crazy person.

Factory Theatre: Tue 22 April 2014
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Kevin Bridges is Scotland’s biggest export. Dubbed as ‘brilliant’ by Billy Connolly, Kevin first made his debut at The Edinburgh Playhouse on BBC1’s ‘Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow’ in 2009. Overnight success followed with Kevin selling out his run at the Edinburgh Festival in just a day.

Comedy Store: Fri 16 2014
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Following a sell-out debut season at the Melbourne Comedy Festival in 2013, multi award-winning South African-Kiwi comic, Urzila Carlson, makes her Sydney Comedy Festival debut with her show, ‘The Long Flight To Freedom’.

STEVE HUGHES – While It’s Still Legal
Enmore Theatre: 31 May 2014
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Steve Hughes returns to Australia & New Zealand in 2014 with a brand new show following sell-out shows in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne in 2013. ‘While It’s Still Legal’ features more thoughtful, outspoken social commentary courtesy of a masterful, erudite and provocative performer.

Comedy Store: Thu 24 April 2014
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Brooklyn born and raised, Wil Sylvince honed his act in New York’s most prestigious comedy clubs and has been handpicked by comedian heavyweights Damon Wayans, the Wayans Brothers, Chris Tucker and Katt Williams to tour the US.

MATT OKINE – Happiness Not Included
Factory Theatre: 30 April – 10 May 2014
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Following a year of sold out shows around the world, winning “Best Show” at The Sydney Comedy Festival, being nominated for “Best Newcomer” at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, hosting a TV show and Triple J breakfast and receiving an invitation to the prestigious Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival, you can expect Matt Okine to be awesome.

RONNY CHIENG – Chieng Reaction
Factory Theatre: 6-18 May 2014
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The winner of the Best Newcomer Award at the 2012 Melbourne International Comedy Festival, and nominated for Best Show at the Sydney Comedy Festival 2013, Ronny Chieng is the leader of a new generation of comics in Australia.

PETER BERNER – As Not Seen on TV
Harold Park Hotel: Tue 6- Sat 10 May 2014
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Pete’s been on TV and radio for more than a decade, so you’ve no doubt seen or heard him – well this is nothing like that. Pete’s intelligent humour sets him apart as he comfortably straddles comedy styles from satire to observational and reactive comedy with ease.

Wild Oats Wine Bar: 6-17 May 2014
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Winner of the Best Newcomer Award 2012 at the Sydney Comedy Festival and finalist of the Raw Comedy Award in 2009, Rhys Nicholson rears his sharp tongue for an unmissable show. He's become one of my favourite comedians - so much charisma, so much dirt!

STEEN RASKOPOULOS – I’m Wearing Two Suits, Because I Mean Business
Factory Theatre: 13-18 May 2014
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You may recognise Steen Raskopoulos from his work on SlideShow (Ch 7) or performing with the Axis of Awesome. “Two Suits” is an unforgettable comedy extravaganza written and performed by a man frequently called ‘Steve’.

WIL ANDERSON – Wiluminati – Concourse Chatswood Show Added
Concourse Theatre: Sat 17 May 2014
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As seen on Gruen Nation & Gruen Planet. Multi-award-winning comedian Wil Anderson is back with a brand-new show, with more show times just announced!

DAVE HUGHES – Pointless – Concourse Chatswood Show Added
Concourse Theatre: Sat 10 May 2014
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As seen on ‘The Project’. Hughesy’s decided that his 2014 is all about stand up and he’s got a brand new show to prove it more shows just announced! For a night of comedy gold you can’t look past this laid back legend of Australian Comedy.

Get ready for fits of laughter and to be treated to many nights of comedic gold. Can't wait.

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