Four of the country’s rising comedy stars come together for one massive line up show at Belvoir this September.
Sri Lankan born Dilruk Jayasinha has been rising through the ranks of Australian Comedy for a few years now and in 2021 has established himself as a heavy hitter, breaking through to be one of the most in demand Headliners on the scene.
“No better way to spend an hour of your night.” ★★★★½ THE ADVERTISER
Lizzy Hoo has managed to become a comedy sensation during a pandemic. How has she done it? Charm, beautifully crafted jokes and a unique voice that has her the talk of the comedy world since live performance has made its welcome come back over the last few months.
“The confidence of a title fighter who has won before she’s even set foot in the ring.” ★★★★ THE AGE, 2021
Bec Charlwood’s comedy career is quite simply taking off. This April, Melbourne Comedy Festival audiences were spellbound by the raw and refreshing talent of this tenacious and bold young woman, earning reviews like: “it’s rare that a festival debut is so slick [….] remember her name. You’ll be hearing more of her.”
“It’s rare to hear the spectrum of laughter Bec Charlwood elicits.” ★★★★ THE AGE, 2021
Rounding out this killer line up is Host of Triple J’s weekday lunch David Woodhead. David, a regular on the Sydney stand up scene and a 2016 RAW Comedy finalist.
As heard on triple j and seen on ABC TV’s Black Comedy
Don’t miss out on the hottest showcase of Australian comedy you will see this year.
Sunday 19th September, 5pm
All tickets are $35
Or make a night of it with a $50 package that includes: Your ticket + a bite to eat + a Poor Toms drink specially crafted for the show.