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Ocean Shores Country Club Comedy

Ocean Shores Country Club  | Tuesday 6 August | Free Entry

Over Greg Sullivan’s stellar 16-year stand-up comedy career he has been an esteemed comedy writer, broadcaster and standup comedian.

Greg’s comedy highlights include performing at the famous Improv in Los Angeles, appearing on numerous TV shows and embodying a vast range of roles for Triple M Brisbane, Greg has written material for Rich Hall (of The Simpsons and Saturday Night Live) which were used in Hall’s Edinburgh Comedy Festival show.

Greg has also written columns for Bean Scene Magazine and jokes for the NRL Footy Show.

Greg’s performances at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and The Sydney Comedy Festival Gala as well as his TV appearances on Good News Week, Home Delivered Humour, O’Loghlin on Saturday Night, The Today Show and A Current Affair, are also some of his career highlights.

Don’t miss your opportunity to Greg Sullivan, one of the Australia’s most experienced comedians live at The Ocean Shores Country

Club…

Supported by Andrew ‘Buster’ Kirby…

Andrew Buster Kirby a new sacrificial comedy lamb taking to the stage for what may turn out to be a harrowing early comedy career experience. Get down there to cheer him on and give him some charity laughter if he needs some encouragement.


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