SYD­NEY COM­EDY FES­TI­VAL

HIGH­LIGHTS

Time Out (Sydney) - - COMEDY -

Urzila Carl­son: Stud­ies Have Shown

The South African-born, New Zealand-based stand-up star is sort of a huge deal in NZ and con­sis­tently sells out shows around Aus­tralia. Book early to catch one of the most ami­able and lov­able co­me­di­ans we know. En­more Theatre, 118-132 En­more Rd, New­town 2042. 02 9550 3666. www.syd­n­ey­com­e­dyfest.com.au. $39.90-$44.90. Apr 26-27.

Nazeem Hus­sain: No Pain No Hus­sain

Nazeem Hus­sain’s star has been se­ri­ously on the rise in re­cent years thanks to in­ter­na­tional tours, col­lab­o­ra­tions with Bill Nye and even a stint in the African jun­gle on I’m a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! He’s back in Syd­ney with a brand new show and his sig­na­ture fear­less ap­proach to stand-up. En­more Theatre, 118-132 En­more Rd, New­town 2042. 02 9550 3666. www.syd­n­ey­com­e­dyfest.com.au. $30-$35. Sat May 12.

Rhys Ni­chol­son: Sem­i­nal

The only thing sharper than Syd­ney co­me­dian Rhys Ni­chol­son’s sense of style is his tongue as he un­leashes his bru­tally hon­est takes on the anx­i­eties of life and love. The award-win­ning comic re­turns home with a new show. Fac­tory Theatre, 105 Vic­to­ria Rd, Mar­rickville 2204. 02 9020 6966. www.syd­n­ey­com­e­dyfest.com.au. $28-$33. May 17-20.

Rhys Ni­chol­son

Nazeem Hus­sain

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