Stitch in the ‘swich – October
Friday 21 October 2022
Ticket - $25.00 ea
Group 4+ - $20.00 ea
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Reserve a table at our pre-show Stars Dining for Stitch in the 'swich - October
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Presented by Ipswich Civic Centre
MC comedian Anthony Lamond, brings comedy to Ipswich in the monthly Stitch in the ‘swich series.
Kat Davidson, Ashwin Segkar and Neil Mahoney
ho has 24 years comedy experience, brilliant stories and keeps the laughs coming, no matter who is in the audience? This lady….
Seeing Kat on stage is like visiting an old friend you haven’t met yet. She’s shared the stage with the world’s best comics (Stephen K Amos, Steven Wright, Dave Hughes to shamelessly name drop a few), tamed a shed full of drunk miners, kept a 17 year marriage off the rocks and is currently being parented by her five year old.
She can be heard regularly across Queensland ABC radio and has headlined the best clubs in Australia and Canada. She is also the co-producer of the highly successful Ladies Comedy Nights in Brisbane, can regularly be found at sea performing for huge crowds on P&O Cruise ships and enjoyed sell out seasons of her original show Untidy at the 2012 Brisbane Comedy Festival and husband and wife co-production He Said, She Said (with husband Stav Davidson) at Wonderland Festival, venues around Brisbane and P&O ships since 2016.
Ashwin Segkar is a Brisbane based comedian whose comedy delves into migrant life, rap battles, ponies and more.
His engaging, dry style has seen him featured on ABC TV’s Tonightly and he also presents on radio.
He has has performed shows on religion and drum beats at both the Melbourne Comedy Festival and the Wonderland Festival at the Brisbane Powerhouse and is regular performer on the club circuit.
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?