Stitch in the ‘swich – May 2023
Saturday 20 May 2023
Ticket - $25.00 ea
Group 4+ - $20.00 ea
Presented by Ipswich Civic Centre
MC comedian Anthony Lamond, brings comedy to Ipswich in the monthly Stitch in the ‘swich series.
STEVEN J WHITELEY
Steven J Whiteley began performing comedy as a hobby over twenty years ago, and transitioned to being a professional full time comedian in 2013. He has performed across Australia, headlining & MCing with his unique style of observational & musical comedy, and true-life story telling. He has released two successful full-length feature DVDs, one in 2012 titled “And Another Thing” and his second in 2016, “You Can’t Say That”. Having worked alongside some of the biggest names in comedy over the years, including the likes of Billy Connelly, Stephen K Amos & Ed Byrne, Steven has honed his craft & wit, fine tuning his act further over the last seven years whilst performing on international cruise ships. His down-to-earth take on everyday life resonates with audiences everywhere.
Quite simply – he’s short (about 5’6”), sharp and highly relatable. He’s not to be missed.
*An ace up his sleeve at every turn* The Courier Mail
*A breath of fresh air* The Advertiser
*His stories will leave you in stitches long after he’s finished telling them* The West Australian
*World class* The Hervey Bay Chronicle
A rising comedic presence out of Queensland and the host of the very popular ‘Good Yarns’ podcast, Shad Wicka is becoming a regular and much adored face on the Australian comedy circuit.
Though currently based in Brisbane, Shad has found himself performing solo shows all around the country, including multiple appearances at both the Adelaide Fringe and Sydney Comedy Festivals.
Kicked off radio for a run in with Scomo, Wicka is a class storyteller with jokes to match, Shad brings a down-to-earth looseness to the stage like no other!
Emerson Powell is a new comedian on the scene that got his start on stage at Anthony Lamond’s last comedy workshop in Ipswich.
He’s a self-proclaimed local legend that has his fair share of unique childhood stories and experiences that will be relatable for any audience members that grew up locally too.
He’s an electrician that practices martial arts, never misses a UFC fight on a Sunday and whose childhood dream was making ice cream.