It’s been a massive year for Nazeem Hussain. He became a Dad, his sketch show Orange Is The New Brown began airing on Channel 7, he recorded his first Netflix special and he was finally invited to speak at his high school assembly. But more than fatherhood itself, Nazeem is most excited about joking about these things and more on stage!

If you’ve never seen Nazeem, where have you been? Selling out shows across Australia, New Zealand, Edinburgh, London, China, Malaysia, Montreal and even Sri Lanka, Nazeem is a comedian at the top of his game. Twice nominated for a Helpmann Award for Best Comedy Performer, you don’t want to miss his fifth consecutive solo show.

“And just when you think you have him pegged, he sneaks up on you again, showing society’s conventional wisdom to be little more than prejudice, yet somehow picking out something side-splittingly funny therein.”
The Times (UK)



Dane Simpson is one of Australia's rapidly rising stars. He has toured around Australia doing various comedy shows. He starred in the hit stand-up comedy show "Aborigi-LOL" which sold out its entire season at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2018.  He toured Western Australia with his variety show "Great Danes" and also performed at the XXI Commonwealth Games Festival. You might have seen him on ABC's Comedy Up Late, at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Gala, or you might even recognise him from Ten’s Have You Been Paying Attention?

 “Massively talented.”
Time Out


Lori Bell is an award winning comedian based in Adelaide. In 2017 Lori starred alongside Ivan Aristeguieta in the ABC comedy series Lost In Pronunciation and has been strutting the stage as her alter ego Granny Flaps since 2010. As she has won an Adelaide Fringe Award, played at the Big Day Out, toured with Puppetry of the Penis, and filmed a DVD of her first solo show, Granny Flaps - Opens Up. 

 "Lori Bell is an exemplary comedian with a confident stage presence, a vast repertoire of jokes, and an infectious enthusiasm which allows her to bring the audience all the way along for the ride."