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Stitch in the ‘swich – December 2023

Friday 15 December
8.00 pm


All Tickets - $30.00 ea
Group Tickets 4+ - $25.00 ea


Presented by Ipswich Civic Centre

MC comedian Anthony Lamond, brings comedy to Ipswich in the monthly Stitch in the ‘swich series.

This month features Anne Ferguson-Howe, Greg Sullivan and local Sharon Turner!


Anne Ferguson-Howe

Anne is an established, Award Winning, MC/Headline Act who has been making audiences laugh for over 15 years.  Known for her quick-fire crowd work, Anne is also known to have audiences weeping with her stories of looking for work and love.  She loves nothing more than holding court and enthralling people with her somewhat visual descriptions of life and situations.  Described by the Creative Issue as “The Funniest Woman in Brisbane”, Anne has entertained audiences all over Australia and the world, having wowed audiences with her comedic talent in the USA and the UK.

Back in 2009, Anne won the Grand Final of Green Faces, a prestigious comedy competition held in Canberra every year to find up and coming new comedians. To her delight she was and has been the only woman to have won the contest thus far.

Anne has shared a stage with many sporting greats including touring and being MC for the Birth of Origin show, staring the late Artie Beatson and Tommy Raudonikis, as well as Yvonne Cawley, Wally Lewis and Wayne Grady.

Anne has also hosted three seasons of her own talk show on Digital 44 “The Very Anne Show”, described as very down to earth non-sugar coated 25 minutes of “real telly”.

“One of the best support acts we have ever had on.” Puppetry of the Penis

“Anne smashed it on stage…” Tommy Raudonikis

“what can I say…BRILLIANT!” Allan (Alfie) Langer.


Greg Sullivan 

Greg Sullivan grew up on a wheat farm in western Queensland, Australia, and attended a tiny school with only seven students from grades one to seven.

If you could tell ten year old Greg that he would one day be asked to perform in a showcase at The Improv in Hollywood, he would have been amazed, to be honest more by the time travel aspect than the show biz part.

Greg had a top rating radio show for fourteen years on the Triple M network, and continues to be a guest on many podcasts and radio shows

Greg has appeared as a comedian of every Australian free to air network, as well as pay TV and the BBC.

He has performed in six star hotels in China, as well as million star venues in Papua New Guinea and many other places Internationally.

Greg has written jokes for very famous comedians who would rather not have people know that people write jokes for them.

Greg helped organise the Funny In The Head conference which raised money for mental health services, something he has intimate knowledge of due to his process of recovering from complex PTSD.

Ten year old Greg would perhaps be most surprised to learn about his two sons, partly because they are so smart and handsome, but mostly because they are proof that he will one day have a girlfriend.

Greg is happy and grateful to be alive and excited to spread that joy to audiences.


Sharon Turner

New to Redbank

New to comedy’

Keeping it real, with a twist of funny.











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