It’s the final week of the 2019 Sydney comedy Festival!

It’s the final week of the festival for 2019 but we are showing no signs of slowing down! We have over 50 shows taking place at venues across Sydney to satisfy all your comedy needs.

 

 

We are going out with a bang and taking over Sydney Town Hall on Saturday, May 18 with 3 amazing shows to have you laugh the night away. This is your last chance to get your comedy fix for the year and tickets are selling fast! 

Sydney Town Hall Takeover Sat 18 May

End of Festival Gala - 8pm
The End of Festival Gala features a top-secret line up of the festivals hottest acts. Seated in the dazzling Centennial Hall, this is your ticket to the last laugh of the festival. 

Break Out Comedy Showcase - 7pm
Are you looking for the best new talent in comedy? The Break Out Showcase has seen the beginning of some of the best careers in comedy and this is your chance to see them all on one stage.

Comedy For Kids  - 2pm
This sell out family hit brings together a variety line-up of the Festival’s funniest family-friendly acts for the very accessible price of just $5.

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. 

Aaron Chen – Piss Off (Just kidding) – 15 – 19 May – SOLD OUT (Comedy Store Shows Added)

Beth McMullen – Girl, Schminterschnupted, 15 – 17 May 

Cam Knight – Beast On a Leash, 15 – 19 May

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

Demi Lardner – Factory Theatre, 15 – 19 May

Issy Phillips – ASMR Live, 15 – 17 May 

Mickey D – “Can Do!”, 15 – 19 May

Nina Oyama – Nina Oyama Needs A Lift, 15 – 19 May 

Patrick Gee – Double Cap Hoodie, 15 – 17 May 

Reece Boyall – Unexpected Time of Learning, 15 – 17 May

Ruven Govender (RSA) – Brown Panther, 15 – 19 May 

Seizure Kaiser – Cobra Kaiser, 15 – 17 May 

The Stevenson Experience – Takes One To Know One, 15 – 19 May

Charity Werk – Community Service, 16 – 19 May 

Cam Knight – Beast On a Leash, 15 – 19 May 

Clare Cavanagh – Literally, 16 – 19 May 

Double Denim – Adventure Show, 16 – 18 May 

Emma Malik (UK) – If You Can’t Train It, Eat It, 16 – 19 May 

Jay Pharoah (USA) – Live, 17 May

Matt Stewart – Bone Dry, 16 – 19 May

Mike Golstein (USA) – Fraud Complex, 16 – 19 May

Nick Capper – Pig In The City, 16 – 19 May

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

Effie – Love Me Tinder, 18 May

Juliet Rae Timmerman – The Latest Show Of All Time, 17 – 18 May

Gareth Waugh (SCO) – Oh Boy…, 17 – 18 May

Jeromaia Detto – Canapes & Cocktails, 18 – 19 May 

Splenda In The Carpet – The Reunion Tour, 18 – 19 May

The Phone Hacks – Live Podcast, 18 – 19 May

Enmore Theatre

Frocking Hilarious – Australia’s Funniest Women Raising Funds for ActionAid, 16 May
ActionAid Australia and the Sydney Comedy Festival are bringing together a line-up of Australia‘s funniest women - yes, all women! - to raise funds and support ActionAid‘s work on women‘s rights around the world.

Alice Fraser – Mythos, 16 – 19 May

Anthony Locascio – Unaccounted, 16 – 18 May 

Becky Lucas – Um, Support Me?!, 16 – 17 May

Benny Darsow – Adlib, 16 – 17 May

Gerard McGowan – Only Getting funnier, 16-17 May 

Lauren Pattison (UK) – Peachy, 16 – 19 May

Mitch Garling – Cat Daddy, 16 – 19 May

Nikki Osborne – Bad Barbie, 16 – 19 May 

Oliver Twist – HUTU, 16 – 17 May 

Steph Tisdel – Identity Steft, 16 – 19 May

Dave Hughes – Hairy, 17 May

Tommy Little – Self Diagnosed Genius, 17 May

Chris Ryan – Bogus, 18 – 19 May

Guy Williams (NZ) – Full Head Of Steam, 18 – 19 May

Shayne Hunter – Cognitive Dissident, 18 – 19 May

Lauren Bonner – Heartbreaker, 19 May

Comedy Store

Sydney Comedy Store Showcase – 15 – 18 May 
We handpick the funniest and freshest acts of Sydney’s biggest annual comedy event, squeeze them into one hilarious line-up and deliver them to all corners of Sydney!

Aaron Chen – Piss Off (Just kidding) - 31 May & 8 Jun

Becky Lucas – Um, Support Me?!, 18 – 19 May

Matt Okine – the Hat Game, 16 – 18 May 

The Concourse

Dave Hughes – Hairy, 18 May

Effie – Love Me Tinder, 17 May

Tommy Little – Self Diagnosed Genius, 18 May

Giant Dwarf

Jan Van De Stool – Parting The Red Curtain, 15 – 18 May

Nath Valvo – I’m Happy For You, 17 – 19 May

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