What’s on at Sydney Comedy Festival 2019 – Week 3

We’ve well and truly hit the halfway point of the festival!

 

 

 

But we still have so much going on you don’t want to miss these last 2 weeks that are absolutely jam-packed with amazing shows and incredible artists.

If you are still scrambling to plan your week 3 experience of the Sydney Comedy Festival, we have you covered with this week’s What’s On list!

Festival Showcases

The Comedy Store, 8 – 18 May

Bondi Pavillion, 6 May

Hayden Orpheum, 7th May

Factory Theatre

Late ‘N Live, Every Friday and Saturday night at 10:45!
Lovers of late night comedy, this one is for you. Late ‘n Live features a selection of Festival favourites performing back-to-back sets at the Factory Floor every Friday and Saturday night. The best thing about these shows is, you never know who might show up!

Best Of The Fest, Every Wednesday to Sunday night!
Our one hour showcase, hosted five nights a week across the Festival at the Factory Theatre Festival Hub! Bringing you a surprise line-up of the biggest and brightest international and local stars each night. Get a taste of the Festival at a bargain price. 

Alfie Brown (UK) – Lunatic, 8-12 May

Annisa B – Dear Future Ex-Husbands, 8-10 May

Cameron James – Strawberry Blonde, 8 – 12 May

Chris Radburn & Sean Woodland – Poking The Bear, 8 – 17 May

Jez Watts – Absolute Zero, 8 – 10 May

Maddie Houlbrook-Walk – Lets Get Loud, 8 – 10 May

Sam Kissajukian – Enter the Sam Man, 8 – 12 May

Takashi Wakasugi (JPN) – Japan Life, 8 – 10 May

Tom Cashman – XYZ, 9 – 10 May

Aaron Gocs – Divorced… With Children, 9 – 12 May

Alex Williamson – Sin On My Face, 9 – 11 May

Alex Reynolds – Curly and Coordinated, 9 – 12 May

Ange Lavoipierre – Final FormFRESH Artist, 9 – 12 May 

Ben Lomas – Love Handles, 9 -12 May

Demi Lardner & Tom Walker – We Musn’t, 17 – 18 May

Gavin Sempel – Commission, 9 – 11 May

Lawrence Leung – Growing Concerns, 9 – 12 May

Lizzy Hoo – Hoo Am I? (What’s My Name?) - FRESH Artist, 19 May

Nikki Britton – Once Bitten, 9 – 12 May

Songtourage – Matchy Matchy, 9 – 12 May

War On The F*#King Election 2019 – The Chaser Quarterly & Shovel’s, 9 – 10 May

Zoë Sitas – With Two Dots, 9 – 12 May

Cassie Workman – Giantess, 10 May

The Nasty Show – Hosted by Jez Watts, 10 – 11 May

Burger King Illuminati – 1 Hour of lo-fi comedy| Royalty Free| Please don’t Steal (720p), 11 May

Chritian Hull – Complete Drivel: Live Podcast, 11 – 12 May

Debbie Zukerman – Science with Raz, 11 – 12 May

Garbage People – Reel to Real, 11 May

Josh & Dan – The Sorry Boys, 11 – 12 May

Sparrow Folk – Ha Ha, 11 – 12 May

Sydney University Arts Revue – Live from The Grave, 11 – 12 May

Tahir – You Had ONE Job!, 11 – 12 May 

Enmore Theatre

Alex Ward – No FlirtingFRESH Artist, 9 – 11 May 

Blake Freeman – There’s Something ThereFRESH Artist, 9 – 11 May

Jack Gow – Weltschmerz, 9 – 11 May

Jacques Barrett – Boom-Jacqua-Laka!, 9 – 11 May

Lizzy Hoo – Hoo Am I? (What’s My Name?) - FRESH Artist, 9 – 11 May

Nurse Georgie Carrol (UK/AUS) – Treat Yourself, 9 – 11 May

Rose Callaghan – 12 Rules For Life, 9 – 11 May

Ross Noble (UK) – Humournoid, 9 – 10 May

Simon Taylor – Right Now, 9 – 11 May

The Naughty Corner – Comedy For Parents Who Just Need A Break, 9 May

 Jimeoin – Result!, 10 May

Craig Quartermaine – Novelty Act, 9 – 11 May

Rhys Nicholson – Nice People Nice Things Nice Situations, 11 May

The Comedy Store

Nick Cody – Old Mate, 9 – 12 May

South African Comedy Allstars (RSA), 9 – 10 May 

Dilruk Jayasinha – Cheat Day(s), 11 – 12 May

The Concourse

Ross Noble (UK) – Humournoid, 11 May

 Jimeoin – Result!, 10 May

Arj Barker (USA) – We Need to Talk, 4 – 10 May

The Giant Dwarf

Tom Ballard – Enough, 9 – 12 May

Damien Power – Man Puts His Dreams In A Sock, 10 – 11 May 

State Theatre

Danny Bhoy (SCO) – Age of fools, 2 – 6 May

 

 

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