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Comedy at Riverside
In August


Raffertys Theatre


24 August 2019

Event Type

Live Event

Riverside Theatres presents


Every month three comedians walk into Raffertys Theatre for a whole lot of funny business!

Give the stomach muscles a good workout with a dose of comedy with Sydney Comedy Club’s top-rating (and rather hilarious) comedians from home and abroad!

The August line-up is:

Date & Time
Saturday 24 August at 8pm

Please note the comedy acts may contains explicit language.

Stu MacPherson started his comedy career in 2003 at Wollongong Uni Bar and has been performing all over the country ever since. He’s done all the major festivals, like Melbourne Comedy Festival, and he even started his own festival in Wollongong. He is also one of the fine folks who is responsible for the Craic House comedy club in the Gong, at the Builder’s Basement.

Stu finds humour where many dare not go. He pokes a sharp stick at everything and everyone including camping, dolphins and the homeless. He has a mortgage a young child and an ex-wife. Comedy Bucket list complete.

Rachael Millanta is an actor, improviser, comedian and writer. She is a regular on the stand-up comedy scene, frequently appearing at ‘What She Said Comedy’ and other leading venues around Sydney. She has told stories at A Likely Story, Bespoken Word, and on ABC Radio, and regularly performs long and short form improv, having studied at Improv Theatre Sydney and Laugh-Masters Academy.

Outside of performance, Rachael is a writer for Giant Dwarf’s Sketchy At Best, having studied writing at The Second City in Chicago, AFTRS, and ITS, and produces the monthly improv comedy show Night Shift at The Chippo Hotel.

Rachael’s parents would also like it noted that she has a law degree from UTS, which is currently going to waste while she pursues her creative passions.

Cam Knight has been an actor and stand up comedian for the past 16 years and was the co-host of a brand new show on Channel 9 called Unreal Estate alongside Kate Langbroek in 2016. He has regularly appeared on the Today show, co-hosted Studio 10 on Channel 10 and can be heard as a weekly co-host on Triple M’s Merrickville and The Weekenders with Dan Ginane in Sydney.

As well as performing sell out shows across the country and receiving 5 star reviews and award nominations, Cam featured at the televised Montreal Just for Laughs Festival at the Sydney Opera House in 2015 as well as the televised Sydney Comedy Festival Gala on the Comedy Channel.

Prior to all this you might remember him from his time on Foxtel where he hosted a variety of television shows over his 5 year tenure, including We’ll Call You, Hit and Run season 2, Thank Comedy Its Friday, Australia’s Next Top Model, Chain Reaction, the improv comedy show Comedy Slapdown and the hit show Stand Up Australia. In 2008 he was nominated for an AACTA Award for Best Male Presenter, losing out to Jimmy Barnes.

Ticket Options

Riverside Members $25
All Tickets $30
Transaction fees apply
Phone $4.60
Web $3.60
Counter $2.60

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90 -100 min (including interval)

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