When:8pm, Friday 13 September 2019
Club Sandwich Comedy is bringing Sarah Gaul and Jacinta Gregory to headline in September!
Sarah and Jacinta are musical comedians based in Newcastle who have established themselves as exciting emerging comedic talents.
The evening also features supports from RAW Comedy National Finalists Edwin Tetlow and Tim Noon, local young musical comedian Ashy Kinsella and MC Chris Ryan.
Don’t miss it.
Book now for early bird discounts with Student tickets $8 and adult tickets $12 until 30 August, when tickets will be $10 and $15 online.
All tickets at the door are $20. Students must present valid Student ID at the door on the night and those aged 15+ must be accompanied by a responsible adult
Sarah Gaul is a musical comedian and writer based in Newacstle, Australia. Sarah has taken her one-woman cabaret show to The Adelaide Fringe, The Melbourne Comedy Festival, The Melbourne Cabaret Festival, The Sydney Fringe Festival and the Sydney Comedy Festival. Her shows have received critical acclaim from media and audience right across the country, establishing her place as one of Australia’s most exciting emerging comedic talents. Sarah recently spent a year in New York where she played Gotham Comedy club, Broadway Comedy Club and Club Cumming. Sarah has appeared on ABC’S Tonightly with Tom Ballard, stars in Australian feature film HOT MESS (Seattle International Film Festival, Perth Rev Film Festival) is also an award-winning improvisor, and won the National Theatresports Title in 2016.
Jacinta Gregory is a comedian most known for musical comedy and jokes about her mental state. She has performed in Adelaide, Perth, and Sydney as part of fringe festivals, co-wrote the sell out show “Holt! The musical” at the Seymour centre and recently performed her debut Sydney Comedy Festival solo show “80s Nostalgia Sad hour” at The Factory Theatre. A RAW NSW semi-finalist, and Cranston Cup grand finalist, she now co-runs ‘Birdcage Comedy’ and ‘The laugh tub’, both included in time outs best rooms in Sydney, is a regular at What She Said and recently came out to her mother by appearing in queer comedy rooms, (sorry not sorry)