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David Kaffey is an outstanding comic illusionist whose unique performances, which usually include a willing victim from the audience, and revolve around "the trick" going in an unexpected direction!

Prior to his arrival in Australia, Dave spent 3 years working for BBC TV on the Michael Parkinson Show. During that time, Dave won The International Golden Hands Award and had 2 books of poetry published. He was subsequently nominated for The Premier's Literary Awards in 1987. Dave is also a regular "drive-time" radio presenter on Melbourne Southern FM.


Tahir is one of Australia’s busiest comedians. He has been a feature in all comedy venues around the country and had numerous television appearances. Tahir was named Comedian of the Year and has been Logie nominated. He has worked with the who’s-who of the industry and has been booked for countless private and corporate functions. He is a regular at major Comedy Festivals, on panel shows, television debates and even Celebrity Theatresports!

Tahir has been involved in some of the most successful stage and screen productions. He was an integral member of the team in the hit movie Fat Pizza.

Tahir is in constant demand and is a proven performer.

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Adam Rozenbachs – stand up comedian, writer, broadcaster and ventriloquist disliker – has steadily become one of Australia’s funniest and most consistent performers, writers and broadcasters.

Adam is a regular on the Melbourne comedy circuit: he has performed around Australia, and supported Dave Hughes and Adam Hills. He was a regular on Spicks & Specks, as well as appearing on Mick Molloy’s The Nation, Rove Live and The Comedy Channel’s Stand Up Australia.

As a writer, Adam is one of the most sought-after in the country. In print, Adam was a regular columnist for the Herald Sun, as well contributing to The Sunday Age, Men’s Fitness, and

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Stand-up comedian and radio host George McEncroe has had an interesting journey. After juggling four kids, work and play, she has plenty of real-life experiences to share with her audiences. Her direct manner, quick humour, warmth and approachability have made her an audience favourite. She boats one of the fullest trophy cabinets in town after winning the Austereo Rising Star award, Brisbane’s Iron Comic award for stand-up comedy and a Goldie award for Best On-Air Performance while co-hosting Triple M’s breakfast show The Cage. George has also written for The Age, The Australian, The Big Issue and sketch shows The Big Bite and Life Support.

She has made guest appearances on radio and television, including ABC TV’s Spicks and Specks, Mick Molloy’s The Nation, The Today Show, and Get This on Triple M. Her first solo show at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, The Georgina Monologues, was a smash hit.


Celia Pacquola burst onto the Melbourne comedy scene in 2006. After only a handful of gigs, but a barrelful of laughs, she was crowned the Raw Recruit, winning the prize for Best First Time Entrant in the prestigious Raw Comedy open mic competition as part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Celia’s candid and richly funny observations of the universe are lapped up by audiences nationally and noted by critics.

Celia had a starring role as EJ in the successful ABC TV black comedy series Laid(written by Marieke Hardy and Kirsty Fisher). She has also appeared as herself on shows including Good News Week, Spicks and Specks, Adam Hills in Gordon St Tonight, Rove andThe 7pm Project.

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As a stand-up comedian in the 80s, Glenn enjoyed performing at popular comedy venues in Melbourne and Sydney. Audiences warmed to his naturally dry sense of humour and style.

The move into television was a natural progression. He became well-known as a performer/writer for a number of television's top rating comedy sketch shows including The Comedy Company (Network Ten), Fast Forward, Full Frontal and Jimeoin (7 Network).

Glenn’s other notable characters include the ‘outback adventurer’ Russell Coight, and Kel Knight from the wildly popular ABC series Kath & Kim. His charmingly incompetent TV personalities are a stark contrast to his brilliant wit and quick humour.


Adelaide-born Adam Vincent moved to Melbourne after competing in the national final of the Triple J Raw comedy competition. A year long stint in the United Kingdom allowed Adam to hone his craft in front of international audiences, helping him create his own unique brand of comedy.

His underground show Humans Anonymous was hailed by big-name comedian Adam Hills as the best show in that year’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival, and his follow-up show Adam Vincent in Adamland received similar critical and peer-based acclaim.

It is becoming ever more apparent that Adam Vincent is the comedian to watch as his shows are consistently hilarious and evolving to a point where both show and performer are simply undeniable..

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