• date Tuesday 4th September
  • time Doors open at 7.30pm
  • where @ The Notting Hill Hotel
  • deal $20

Announcing our headliner for September 4th…. Tommy Little!

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*Please note that the kitchen in our Uni Bar & Bistro will be open from 5.30pm for dinner bookings prior to the show. We recommend arriving for a 5.30pm/6pm dinner reservation to ensure you are ready to be seated at 7.30pm as there is no reserved seating.*

 

Tommy Little has been smashing it at festivals and clubs around the country (and overseas) since he hit the comedy scene in 2007.

 

Energetic, surprising and completely engaging, Tommy has fast evolved into one of the country’s most exciting comedians, with sold-out shows and rave reviews.

 

In 2011 he blitzed the Melbourne International Comedy Festival with a sell-out run of his show; A Fistful Of Apologies, which went on to be included as part of ABC TV’s Warehouse Comedy Festival series. His subsequent live show Sex, Drugs and Herbal Tea filled a venue for four and half weeks in the Adelaide Fringe, and Tommy doubled his Melbourne International Comedy Festival audience in 2012.

 

In 2013 Tommy became an increasingly regular face on our television screens, with an ongoing guest role acting in ABC TV’s acclaimed drama Time Of Our Lives, and two shows for Network Ten; as host of the sporting panel show A League Of Their Own; and one of 4 co-hosts on the new late night series This Week Live – alongside Tom Gleeson, Meshel Laurie and Dave Thornton, Tommy gave us a hilarious look at the week that was.

 

2016 saw Tommy wrap up a two-year stint as one half of Nova 100’s Breakfast team, with fellow comedian and good friend Meshel Laurie.

 

In 2017 Tommy become a permanent fixture as the resident funny guy and reporter on Network Ten’s The Project, a role which has gained him national attention and continues to evolve to this day.

 

“Instantly witty, extremely affable…the future of funny is in capable hands” – Beat Magazine

 

“RUSH to see him! This boy is going to have an incredible future.” – Kryztoff Magazine

 

“You can’t help but smile at Tommy Little.” – Adelaide Advertiser