…the winners of the fourth Time Out Sydney Comedy Awards: put your hands together for…
Time Out is expanding its annual award program: you will be deciding the winners in an expanded number of categories as we celebrate the best of the Sydney Comedy Festival and, for the first time, celebrate the broader Sydney comedy scene that we love all year ’round
Some of Australia’s funniest comedians will duel it out for the Best Comedy Performer gong, with Julia Morris, Adam Hills, Judith Lucy and musician/comedian Tim Minchin all nominated.
It’s fairly simple: Time Out Sydney wants you to go and vote, and they are offering inducements!
Vote for your favourite act at Sydney Comedy Festival – and be in with a chance of a double pass to the VIP awards night on Monday 11th May at the Argyle Hotel, sponsored by Coopers. Plus! 10 lucky winners will also win a double pass to The Great Comedy Debate on Wednesday 6th May
So choose your favourite act from this list of artists
The Barry Awards, the Groggy Squirrel Awards, Trades Hall Awards and The Pun.
Traditionally, the final weekend of MICF is sheer madness. Final shows are on Sunday 26th, with special party nights for various awards on Saturday 25th. This weekend there’s loads to catch before the final curtain is rung.
The 2009 Raw Comedy Grand Final was held last night in the Melbourne Town Hall…Nominees for two major Melbourne International Comedy Festival awards have been announced: the Barry Award for the Most Outstanding Festival show, and the memorial Golden Gibbo award for Best Independent Production. The winners will be announced next Saturday 25 April.
The annual Mo Awards were presented last week at the Bankstown Sports Club in Sydney. Comedy Performer of the Year – Kenny Graham The full list of recipients is at the Mo Awards site [link]