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


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Dilruk Jayasinha has quickly become one of Australia’s favourite comedians. So much so that he won the 2018 Logie for Most Popular New Talent.

His small screen star may be soaring but Dil’s finest work is all on-stage. His live shows have been consistently received with popular and critical acclaim, and his most recent tour culminated with knockout performances at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and London’s Soho Theatre. Now, he’s returning with a brand-new hour about how he cheated his way to a healthier and more active lifestyle.

“Slick, confident and talented performer.” ★★★★ – The Age
“A brilliant hour.” ★★★★ – Herald Sun

Kirsty Webeck is a Melbourne-based stand up comedian who is taking Australia by storm.

In less than six years, she has gone from doing a five minute set at the end of a comedy workshop, to being one of the most in demand headlining comedians in the country.

In 2015, she had her debut at Melbourne International Comedy Festival with a twelve show run of ‘Hoping For The Best.’ The show was a huge success and was met with critical acclaim.

In 2016, she debuted ‘Annual Man Pash’ at Adelaide Fringe Festival to delighted crowds and she brought it to the Melbourne International Comedy Festival where she enjoyed a sold out run of shows.

She’s winning hearts around Australia with her hilarious humour, gift for storytelling and her capacity to have everyone walk out of her shows feeling great.

As seen on the ABC’s ‘Tonightly With Tom Ballard,’ The Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow, Audible’s Comedy Up Late, The Upfront Gala, The Moosehead Benefit and as heard as a regular guest on ABC Radio.

Kirsty was also the opening act for Tommy Little at Hamer Hall during the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and for Joel Creasey at The Enmore Theatre for Sydney Comedy Festival.

Blake Freeman is a boy, a good boy, the best boy. Well, he tries. No fear of vulnerability, this young man has been gracing stages all over the country for years now with his hilariously personal and honest style. He’s just a kind boy who wants to make people laugh, what’s not to love about that?

‘Funny, likeable… spins a yarn with flair.’ Adelaide Advertiser

‘Blake Freeman might be the find of the lot. With a cathartic rant about a past relationship, a blue but complex tale of sexual adventure and a winning energy, he capped off the hour to roars and cheers.’ Herald Sun

2019 Brings an all new show to the NHH!