10 January 2014

Canberra Comedy Festival complete their full unveiling!

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The Canberra Comedy Festival have made a further announcement on their jam packed lineup for 2014:

Canberra Comedy Festival have added even more shows to their already massive line-up that will run between 4 and 9 March at various venues around Canberra.

The festival’s first announcement in December included two special shows by Doug Anthony All Stars, as well as shows from Jimeoin, Jeff Green, Glenn Robbins and Dave O’Neil.

The additional shows, listed below, take the total number of shows during the festival to over 50. Shows added to the line-up for the festival in March are:

— As seen on “The Project”, award winning Comedian Charlie Pickering

— Barry Award Nominee Hannah Gadsby (“Adam Hills Live”)

— As seen on Channel 10’s “This Week Live”, Tom Gleeson and Tommy Little

— Also appearing Australian comedy legend Rob Quantock, Sammy J (“Wednesday Night Live”) and the Radio Variety Hour

— Emerging local and national comedians Dayne Rathbone (RAW Comedy Winner 2011), Alice Fraser, Aggressively Helpful, Greg Kimball and Hamish Hudson

— A late night Festival Club on the Thursday to Saturday nights

The full list of performers is:

    Aggresively Helpful
    Alice Fraser
    Andrew Hanson and Chris Taylor
    Charlie Pickering
    Chris Ryan and Eddy Nelson
    Cy Fahey
    Daniel Connell
    Dave Graham and Craig Harvey
    Dave O’Neil and Glenn Robbins
    Dayne Rathbone
    Doug Anthony All Stars
    Emo Parsonson
    Gordon Southern (UK)
    Greg Kimball
    Hamish Hudson
    Hannah Gadsby
    Jeff Green
    Josh Glass and Riley Bell
    Luke Heggie
    Matt Okine Gala Only
    Matty Grey’s Grossed Out Game Show
    Opening Night Gala
    Peter Berner
    Radio Variety Hour
    Rod Quantock
    Sammy J
    Sean Woodland
    The Stevenson Experience
    Tom Gleeson
    Tommy Little
    Urzila Carlson (RSA/NZ) Gala Only

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Alas it won’t be a DAAS revival, just two of the Doug Anthony All Stars – the stellar “quiet foil” Richard Fidler isn’t participating, just Paul, Tim and they have brought in their old friend Flacco.

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