Riverside Theatres present
SYDNEY COMEDY CLUB IN MARCH
Every month three comedians walk into Raffertys Theatre for a whole lot of funny business!
Get a dose of the funnies with Sydney Comedy Club’s top-rating (and rather hilarious) comedians from home and abroad!
The March line-up is:
– SEAN WOODLAND
– SURAJ KOLARKA
– PETER MEISEL
Tickets to this event are sold to 75% of capacity. All Riverside patrons will be seated in line with current NSW Public Health guidelines, allowing patrons to be seated alongside each other. If you have any questions and would like to discuss this with a member of our team, please contact our Box Office staff on 02 8839 3399 or email BoxOffice_Riverside@cityofparramatta.nsw.gov.au|
These comedy acts may contain Coarse Language and Adult Content and are recommended for ages 15+.
*Please contact Box Office directly for group bookings of 8 or more, email email@example.com or call 8839 3399.
Riverside Theatres is registered with the NSW Government as a COVID Safe venue. Our COVID Safe plan was developed in line with federal and state government health guidelines, and following consultation with Live Performance Australia, other NSW venues, and various government bodies, on enhanced health, hygiene and safety measures. These measures include: reduced audience capacity; social distancing; wearing face masks; mandatory Service NSW QR code registration check in; extra cleaning; increased sanitisation of high-touch surfaces; the provision of hand sanitiser, anti-bacterial wipes and hand washing facilities throughout the venue; traffic management plans to alleviate congestion in public spaces; and dedicated COVID Safe Hygiene Marshals.
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It is also important that if you are unwell you stay home, we have updated our ticket conditions and our Box Office team are available to talk through your exchange and refund options. You can contact the Box Office on 02 8839 3399 or email BoxOffice_Riverside@cityofparramatta.nsw.gov.au
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Sean Woodland began performing stand-up comedy at age 40. Since then he has forged his dream career, captivating audiences around Australia and abroad, with his ‘everyman’ appeal always a winning formula. Sean’s material is endearingly relevant as he tells comical truths from his own, varied experiences whilst also drawing on a barrage of observational funnies that are befitting of his irreverent and curious persona. He cleverly dismantles meaningless language, shallow rituals, pretentiousness, tokenism and many other annoyances borne of popular culture.
Not limited to the stage, Sean performs in sketch comedy, is a freelance writer and author, having numerous satirical pieces published in Australian magazines and newspapers.
“Has more than the average number of laughs up his sleeve… Do Woodland and yourself a favour and get along.” – The Adelaide Advertiser
“His understated punchlines and observations will resonate for a long time” – RipitUp
Starting his comedy career in Brisbane, Suraj Kolarkar has quickly developed a profile across Australia having performed at some of the biggest stages in the country including Comics Lounge (Melbourne), Comedy Lounge (Perth) Mic in Hand (Sydney) and Rhino Room (Adelaide).
He’s gigged alongside pros of the likes of Dave Hughes, Dave Thornton, Mel Buttle, Damien Power and Dusty Rich to name a few.
You might have heard him on ABC Brisbane or TRIPLE M.
In February 2018, he won Moonman’s Open Mic Night organized and hosted by Lawrence Mooney through Triple M.
Peter Meisel is a teacher from New York who relocated to Australia in 1976, and has been there ever since. Although he was a good teacher, Peter realized that he was more successful in making his students laugh than in teaching, which was how he honed his skills in humour, and ended up becoming a standup comedian instead.