Peter Egner burst onto the Sydney comedy scene in the mid 90’s and quickly became the hottest new comic on the scene. He made several television appearances and before long he moved into writing for TV. Since then, Peter has written for nearly every Australian comedy show you could think of, except the news, I think Sandra Sully writes her own stuff.
Although Peter does most of his comedy work with a pen these, he has performed on every stage in Australia and his low key absurdism still makes him a favourite on the comedy circuit.
In 1999, under the advice from his friends, Wayne stepped on stage at the famous “Star and Garter” hotel in Melbourne and fell in love with comedy. He has now performed all around the country, appeared on both Television and Film and is a veteran of the Australian comedy scene.
In 2002, he won the FHM search for the “Funniest Bloke in Australia”, and was then showcased in the Melbourne Comedy Festival’s “Comedy Zone” in 2003.
He now resides in Sydney, and appears regularly in many television commercials and the odd film. His talents in improvisation and his quick witted likability has seen him among the highest sort after MC’s in Sydney.
2017 Xmas Xtravaganza!
Writer, performer and fervent tweeter. Becky Lucas is one of most exciting young voices on the Australian comedy scene and is quickly commanding attention.
Becky has spent years writing and performing stand-up nationally, locally and in her bedroom. She was a National RAW Comedy finalist in 2013 and was hand picked for prestigious Melbourne International Comedy Festivals’ The Comedy Zone showcase in 2014. In that same year Becky also opened for Wil Anderson and performed at Splendour In The Grass.
She has written for Josh Thomas’s Emmy nominated hit show ‘Please Like Me’ and was named as one of Buzzfeed’s 27 funniest Australian comedians on Twitter. 2015 saw Becky perform her debut solo show Hightide to sell out crowds and rave reviews in Sydney and Melbourne and was invited to perform at the legendary UCB Theatre in Los Angeles. You can hear Becky on Triple J as a regular guest with her own weekly segment, “The grey area” on Drive with Veronica and Lewis.
‘her unceremonious punchlines hit dead centre every time’
– Herald Sun
‘Refreshingly real, with no gimmicks’
– Beat Magazine