Stitch in the ‘swich – October 2023
Friday 27 October
All Tickets - $30.00 ea
Group Tickets 4+ - $25.00 ea
Presented by Ipswich Civic Centre
One time only! Nicky Wilkinson will be suprise MC for this month of Stitch in the ‘Swich Comedy! This month features FOUR comedians Craig Quartermaine, Jenny Wynter, Neil Mahoney and local comedian Dom Wrench!
Craig Quartermaine is a Comedian, Journalist, Writer, Radio and TV Presenter. Who has appeared on Comedy Central’s “The Jim Jefferies show” Triple J’s One Night Stand Up and now Co- Host of “Movin to the Country” on ABC TV. Craig has worked with international acts like Hannibal Burress, Naseem Hussain and Jim Jefferies and was a 2016 National RAW finalist . He has performed around the world with Edinburgh award winning Comedian Brendon Burns in their acclaimed show “Race Off” Having performed” at the Sydney and Melbourne International Comedy festivals. Craig’s politically charged ,socially conscience Comedy has taken him across the world and doesn’t take a backward step.
Jenny is an internationally award-winning comedian, author and speaker who has performed throughout Australia, Canada and the USA. She writes and produces her own award winning one-woman shows, as well as performing stand-up, musical comedy and improvised musical cabarets.
Her awards include Best Variety Show at United Solo Festival in New York City, Excellence in Cabaret at Melbourne Fringe Festival, and a Green Room Award nomination for Best Cabaret Writing.
Her debut comedy web series “How Me Parent Good: And You Can Too!” won Best Conceptual Web Series at the Palm Springs International Comedy Festival and Best Web Series at the Worldwide Women Film Festival.
She is a TedX Speaker, passionate mental health advocate and founder of Funny Mummies™, a group which aims to improve mothers’ mental wellness through laughter, by providing a vibrant online community, and a touring stand-up comedy gala for mothers, by mothers.
Neil decided to change careers in his 50’s, and so embarked on a law degree. He is almost all the way through, and due to graduate soon, and still has no idea what he wants to do!
He figured a lot of lawyers become comedians after a stressful few years of legal work, but he decided to cut the work stress part of that journey and try comedy anyway. What could go wrong?
Dom is a fireball of energy who you will either love or hate by the end of his set. If being loud and inappropriate was a job, he’d be a professional.