Sydney’s best stand up comedy, every Thursday.

This week:

23rd March

Mick Meredith


Mick Meredith
Mick Meredith

Mick’s style can be described as laid back and cheeky with plenty of laughs and applause, he’s a bloke you’ll laugh at onstage and want to have a beer with afterwards.

He is the only comic that has survived over a dozen appearances on the NRL footy show. Other TV shows he has done have been 110% tony squires, stand up Australia, Thursday night live, joker poker and even mornings with kerri-anne.

Mick can MC, headline, act, sing and definitely play guitar. Mick’s razor sharp and loveable wit will have you laughing from start to finish and always delivering a top shelf comedy show. He’ll get the job done with plenty of smiles, toe tapping and belly laughs.

Michael Hing


Michael Hing
Michael Hing

Michael Hing is a stand-up comedian and definitely a grown-up. He is too self-conscious and insecure to write a serious bio but he certainly can hide many of his achievements in amongst hurtful, largely self-sabotaging prose, with more unwieldy irony than quite frankly you or anyone else in the entertainment industry would ever be comfortable with. (Please employ him).

He was slated to appear at the invite-only World’s Funniest Island Comedy Festival before the entire operation went bankrupt due to poor business decisions such as inviting Michael Hing (with his, honestly, less-than-broad appeal) to perform at this event. He has also lost the prestigious Raw Comedy Competition several times (twice as a NSW State-Finalist) and it is now at the point where annually, the organizers actually plead with him not to enter, and (like a true gentleman) every year he obliges them.

“Michael isn’t so much telling jokes anymore as he is dealing with his issues.”
–Sidney Critic

“Michael King was fantastic!
–Mark Colvin, ABC Radio

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