Don’t miss the next wave of Aussie comedic talent with Sydney Comedy Fest’s FRESH Program

Sydney Comedy Festival is back for 2018 and, as always, will be showcasing some hot emerging talent for you to laugh your jocks off at.

The organisers over at the festival are hell bent on promoting only the freshest of talent, so they named the whole thing the FRESH program. Oh, yeah.

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Support the next wave of Aussie comedic talent with Sydney Comedy Festival’s Fresh Acts. If you see one thing at the fest next week, here’s our hot tip.

The program seeks to support emerging comedy talent through mentoring, financial support and of course, putting the up-and-comers in front of a laughing audience.

It’s a pretty good deal considering the various success stories that have come out of it, such as favourites Matt Okine, Ronny Chieng, Lou Sanz and Aaron Chen.

I know what you’re going to ask me next, how much are tickets? Well, they an outrageous $15. That’s a pretty solid deal to see the next Matt Okine, so you’d be a little silly to let this slip away.

2018 Fresh Acts Lineup

Charisa Bossinakis, 9th & 11th May
Clare Cavanagh, 26th & 27th April
Famous Sharron’s Love Match, 16th – 20th May
Josh Glanc, 26th – 29th April
Maddie HW, 12th & 13th May
Michael Shafar, 17th, 19th & 20th May
Michelle Brasier & Laura Frew, 9th – 13th May
Noughty Girls, 16th & 18th May
Sam Taunton, 17th-20th May
Shayne Hunter, 3rd, 5th & 6th May
Shubha, 26th & 27th May
Tom Sanderson, 2nd & 4th May

Check out the full lineup and details to Sydney Comedy Festival 2018 here.