Bec Charlwood is a rising-star of Australian comedy. Engaging, effortless and telling stories with hilarious candour, Bec has established herself as one of the most exciting new voices on the scene and a favourite at comedy clubs across the country.
Originally from Perth and now based in Sydney, Bec has performed stand-up at major festivals including the Melbourne International Comedy, Sydney Comedy Festival, Adelaide Fringe and Perth Fringe World.
She was hand-picked to be the opening support for Saturday Night Live's Jay Pharaoh at the 2019 Sydney Comedy Festival, had performed stand-up at Splendour in the Grass, and was a feature act on Rove McManus's live variety show “The Popular Experiment”.
Bec is also the co-host of “The Ladies Guide to Dude Cinema Podcast” with her best mate and fellow comedian Alex Jae. Together they review movies that dudes just can't believe they haven't seen before.
So, while there's a chance you haven't heard of Bec yet, she's pretty good at comedy and destined for big things.
If you could let her mum know that'd be great.
Making his T.V debut on Russell Brand's hit show 'Brand X' in 2012, Legacy has been onstage ever since. Born & raised in Liverpool, UK he now tours the the globe with the popular comedy collective 'Laugh Mob'. More commonly known as 'The crowd work King', Legacy has been crushing the Australian Comedy circuit and making appearances at every major festival around the world. His credits include opening for Erik Griffin (Workaholichs), the comedy store in Sydney, UK, LA. Sold Out Edinburgh fringe festival 2017!
"The Lebron James of comedy" 4 1/2 Stars - the Australian times, 2017
“The young Ross Noble” the funny tonne 2019