Expect big belly laughs at the renewed Comedy in the Park event held over two nights of hilarity on May 19 and 20 at the Festival Hub at Celebrity Tree Park. 

Comedy in the Park will feature brilliantly funny comics Ivan Aristeguieta, Steph Tisdell and Kevin Kropinyeri, hosted by the master of putting humour into tragic situations, Harley Breen.

Harley hosted Ten’s show Taboo that recently scored a Logie nomination for Most Outstanding Factual or Documentary Program. He appears regularly on TV shows including Hughesy, We Have A Problem, The Project, Best Bits, It’s A Date and Celebrity Family Feud.

Consistently unpredictable, Harley projects the immediately recognisable and relatable image of the unpretentious Aussie male. Harley doesn’t just use his instant likeability as a platform to deliver solid, topical material, he also gets beneath the nature of things to create a true bond with all his audience and deliver an experience that will be talked about long after the gig is over.

Harley Breen

Venezuelan sensation and Australia’s funniest permanent resident Ivan Aristeguieta returns to Muster after a hilarious performance in 2016.

“For us comedians, a gig outdoors is a threat because it usually doesn’t work, but the organisers of the Muster did a wonderful job. It was amazing that on both nights all comedians connected with the 500-strong audience. Everyone was laughing, the weather was perfect, under the stars, it was really magical,” Ivan said.

Ivan is Australia’s favourite Venezuelan comedian and relishes the chance to perform in his second language, English. He has gathered a mass of fans for his trademark cheerful and naive rejoicing in the troubles and joys of a land that is girt by tomato sauce…and the unmissable Saturday Bunnings sausage sizzle.

Steph Tisdell is a proud Indigenous woman and is making a fast rise as one of Australia’s funniest Aboriginal comedians with a mission to empower those around her, using comedy as a way to observe the world, finding the funny in heartbreak. After all, comedy is just tragedy plus time.

With a magnetic personality and quirky stage presence that skips between gleefully playful to biting political satire, Steph’s comedy is vulnerable, real and insightful. Her witty observations challenge stereotypes in non- offensive and hilarious ways.

Steph has a remarkable similarity to an Australian Idol winner opened her interview on The Project (Ten) with, “In case you were wondering, I’m not Casey Donovan.” She won the Deadly Funny National Grand Final in 2014 and been collecting awards and accolades ever since.

Kevin Kropinyeri

Another Deadly Awards comedian is Kevin Kropinyeri, a one-man whirlwind and one of Australia’s most established and popular Aboriginal comedians with a long list of Australian TV credits.

A high-energy performer, Kevin is sharp, likeable, silly and measured; mixing keen observational stand up with joyfully ridiculous physical comedy. His engaging brand of comedy warmly invites both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal audiences to share his journey, his culture, his life.

Kevin will have you holding your sides laughing, as he shares tales of growing up, marriage and the particular, absurd challenges of life as an Aboriginal Australian family man.

Food and Drink

There will be catering available so come down early and grab a bite to eat before the show starts. The Festival Hub will also have a fully licensed bar open til late.

Getting There

For many, it will be a short stroll to the Park as it is located approximately 850m from the centre of town and a similar distance from Lakeside. Shuttle buses will be in operation and details will be advised closer to the date – just make sure you are there for good times and great laughs!

Tickets

$60

Please note that this is an 18+ event.

 

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