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Happy Endings Comedy Club

Subby Valentine Happy Endings
  • 30 Apr 2016
    8:30 PM - 10:30 PM
  • Laycock Street Community Theatre
  • Phone: 4323 3233
  • Members $30, All other tickets $33. Subscription discounts available.
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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).

Show time:

  • Saturday ​30 April 2016, 8.30pm - ​​Gary Eck, ​Emma Zammitt and Subby Valentine

Subscription special offer - Buy a ticket to all four 'Happy Endings Comedy ​Club' shows for a discounted price of just $30 per show! Patrons must book all four shows in one transaction. ​Claim this Special Offer for the Happy Endings Comedy Club.

Gary Eck is one of Australia’s most popular stand-up comedians, performing from Edinburgh to Paris to New York and London.

Among his notable achievements, he was the co-director of Happy Feet 2, an ARIA Award nominee and Tropfest Winner.

Gary has appeared on Spicks and Specks, Mick Molloy’s The Nation and recently co-directed with Academy Award winning director George Miller on Happy Feet 2.

These days you don’t catch the incredibly busy Gary Eck often in a comedy club, so make sure you don’t miss it!

Emma Zammitt
won the prestigious “Quest for the Best” new comedy talent search in 2008. She followed this in 2009 with a performance in the NSW state finals for “Raw Comedy”. Emma showcased her first solo show “My Emmoirs: A Tale of Two Cities” at the Wild West Perth Comedy Festival in May 2011 which was nominated for the “People’s Choice Award”.

Subby Valentine is not only one of Sydney's most experienced, versatile and successful comedians, he is also a well-known radio personality, raconteur, TV pundit and writer.

As one of Sydney's best comedians, Subby has headlined at comedy festivals throughout Australia, in addition to appearances in Singapore, Hong Kong, London and Edinburgh. His abilities extend beyond stand-up comedy into the areas of television and radio writing and sketch comedy acting and writing.