As the winner of Sydney's best comedy club for two years running, Happy Endings
sets the standard in professional stand-up comedy, and we are proud to be bringing a sample of their finest to the Central Coast.
The last Saturday of every month features hand-selected line-ups that have been packing the home club in Kings Cross for more than five years.
Suitable for adults only (may contain strong language).
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Mick Meredith is regarded as one of the best comedians in Australia.
He has made appearances at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Auckland Comedy Festival, Adelaide Fringe, Sydney Comedy Festival, Wild West Comedy Fest P&O Cruise Ships.
“He's a Footy Show favorite" - Fatty Vautin, Channel 9
"Strapped to a guitar and peppering the show with songs, Meredith turns life’s mundanity and difficulties into witty gags, none too serious and very funny experience" 4.5 stars - Adelaide Advertiser
Umit Bali is one of Sydney’s most entertaining new comedians, presenting an exhilarating collection of oddball characters and anecdotes.
“Packed with fast-paced humour and slices of life that are often just plain tragic, Bali’s high-energy stage presence is as entertaining as it is inspiring” – The West Australian
Rebecca De Unamuno is a two time Cranston Cup champion and was a member of the Australian team which won the Improv World Cup at the 2001 Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal. Rebecca was the first woman in history of the competition to be named Player of the Tournament.
Her television credits include The Glass House, Big Bite, CNNNN, The Chaser's War on Everything, Kath & Kim, Comedy Inc. - The Late Shift, The Trophy Room, Talkin' 'bout Your Generation, Tractor Monkeys and Slideshow.
“De Unamuno's exquisite talent for creating characters on the spot, as well as narrative to sustain them, is something to see" - The Age
“Possibly the smartest, sharpest, most versatile performer I have ever known" - Jason Alexander (George Costanza, Seinfeld)