Debuting at the Sydney Comedy Festival, Wild Oats are opening their own Wine Bar at the Enmore Theatre.
Set to house some of Australia and the world’s most intensely funny people including Cam Knight, Daniel Sloss (SCO), David Smiedt, Felicity Ward, Jordan & Steen Raskopoulos, Luke McGregor, Mel Buttle, Nick Cody, Rhys Nicholson and Sarah Kendall.
Whether you prefer a bubbly, refreshing stand-up routine or a swirl of dry humour, Wild Oats Wine Bar at the Enmore Theatre has you covered.
HAVE FUN FILTERING YOUR FAVES
Cam Knight - 1 – 3 May / More Info
Cam is a 100 Percenter. Lives large, lives in the now. He never says no. Except to liquorice and don’t even think about hiding it covered in chocolate. It’s not a delicious treat.
Daniel Sloss (SCO) - 1 – 4 May / More Info
After a massive year of live touring, television, his debut DVD release and of course many, many parties, comes the new stand-up show from comedy’s internationally acclaimed and award-winning half-man-half-Xbox.
David Smiedt - 26 – 27 Apr / More Info
Part meditation, part inflammation, all funny, showcases the writing (“some of the funniest you will find” – The Sydney Morning Herald) and lightning improv skills (“his crowd work is fearless” – The Daily Telegraph) that has made Smiedt one of the nation’s most in-demand stand-ups.
Felicity Ward - 8 – 11 May / More Info
In 2012, Felicity was nominated or won every Best Comedy award at Australia’s four main comedy festivals for her critically acclaimed show, The Hedgehog Dilemma. She is the first comedian to ever achieve this. After touring the USA and the UK, Felicity debuts her highly anticipated follow-up, The Iceberg.
Jordan & Steen Raskopoulos - 26 Apr / More Info
Jordan Raskopoulos (The Axis of Awesome) and Steen Raskopoulos (Best Newcomer Sydney Comedy Festival 2013) have know one another since Steen was born. Individually they are both very funny people but together they are TWO very funny people.
Luke McGregor - 14 – 17 May / More Info
Luke brings his brand new show and a bunch of anxieties to the Comedy Festival. Don’t miss your chance to see everyone’s new favourite comedian.
Mel Buttle – 14 – 17 May / More Info
Honest, surprising and always hilarious – an hour with Mel is a treat – just don’t forget to bring a plate.
Nick Cody – 8 – 11 May / More Info
In the past year, Nick almost got killed by a bear in Alaska, went to Afghanistan to entertain the Aussie troops and went three months without a drop of alcohol. The last one was probably the scariest for him. Let’s be honest, the first two things sound pretty fun if you’ve had a couple of drinks.
Rhys Nicholson – 6 – 17 May / More Info
Look, I have no idea what I’m doing, but people seem to be liking it. Regards, Rhys Nicholson Esquire.
Sarah Kendall – 1 – 3 May / More Info
In 1992, Sarah Kendall was forced to play Women’s Touch Football and accidentally made history as one-tenth of the greatest under-14s team ever assembled.