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The night was reasonably entertaining. The MC was my favourite! The lounge was a weird set up. Long tables longwise from the stage, meaning you were twisting to watch the acts. Good cocktails. We walked fro Southern Cross station.
I have always wanted to go to a Comedy Club as I always like a good laugh. On the other hand, my wife was more ho hum about the idea BUT I believe she was converted on the night. Have not heard her laugh sooooo...More
We really enjoyed our night here, the comedians were hilarious especially Gab Rossi. Drinks are reasonably priced as well.
The only down side is the venue is located in a bit of a dodgy area, felt a bit uneasy while waiting out the front...
Staff were good from the get go. The only mistake we made was to get there a little early as we wound up in the “suicide seating” (front row). The acts were pretty gentle on us though. Excellent calamari as an entre, an ok Chicken...More
Iv'e been to a couple of comedy clubs in the UK so have a little experience in this kind of venue.
My son and daughter in law took us to this one for a night out soon after we hand landed in Aus. I'm not...More
Got the tickets given to us for a gift and went with a few mates. Definitely thankful I got this gift. Great place to go for several laughs.
We got there after 6.30pm for dinner, which was $35 for one entree and one main meal...More
Was first person to arrive and was told the details of how things worked which is great when your on your own and its your first time at a stand up comedy show, food was fantastic! Can really recommend the spicy wedges as they are...More
Booked in advance for dinner and show. Comedy was great, food OK (GF options available) and drinks affordable so the whole evening was good value. Advised to arrive for doors opening at 6:00, dinner at 6:30 and show at 8:00 but times were very liberal....More