What She Said is a weekly all women comedy night packed with stand up, storytelling, sketch and musical performances from Sydney's best comics.
Every Sunday at The Chippo Hotel at 6:30pm
Tickets $10 online, $15 on the door
Food and drinks available to purchase on the night
Like our page or visit us at whatshesaidcomedy.com
If you would like to perform, please fill out the contact form on our website with your interest and any experience you have (no experience is welcomed!)
5 Servings of Ham are about to take their latest show 'Tangara Through My Heart" to the Melbourne International Comedy Festival - but before they do, they're giving a special one-off free preview this Monday.
The town of Glen's Ridge is divided – a new train is coming and the town will never be the same again. Is it progress or is it the work of the Devil? A silly story that isn’t concerned with the concepts of time or space or plot. Starring Nikki Britton, Katie Crowl, David McLaughlin and Nick Mattick.
Laugh-Masters Academy (LMA) presents our end of Term Improv Student Showcase!
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to see incredible improvisers of all levels strut their stuff on stage.
This showcase will have performances by:
Level 1 (Teacher: TBA)
Level 2 (Teacher: TBA)
Level 3 (Teacher: TBA)
Level 4 (Teacher: TBA)
Come and see Sydney’s newest crop of comedic talent live on stage.
Get your Punk fix with Quark's line up at the Chippo Hotel...
Gearing up for their album launch tour (Due 2024), Catches & Halves will venture out from Nowra to put their differences aside... for the band.
Next, Wollongong duo Don't Praise The Machine will deliver their public service announcement on the dangers of robots and robot related paraphernalia.
Current front runners to win the award for "Least Distance Travelled to Be Here", jerranis will play most of a set with pants on.
Finally, sad boys Dreary will close out the night with some songs about crying, before returning back to Wagga.
Don't Praise The Machine
Catches & Halves
Doors at 8PM, $10 Entry