Nothing warms the soul more than some good ol’ belly laughs!
The Sydney Comedy Club returns to Gosford this winter featuring hilarious comedians Emma Malik, Peter Meisel and Keith Scott
DOORS OPEN AT 6:00PM WITH THE SHOW TO BEGIN AT 8:00PM
TICKETS: $15 Members | $25 Non-Members
$99 DATE NIGHT DEAL!
– 2 x entry tickets
– 1 x bottle of De Bortoli wine OR 2 x jugs of standard draught beer
– 2 x single meals (excludes share platters)
Note: Pre-Sale will close at 3.00pm Friday 31 May
Please note: NO Seat Allocations will be made until the day of the event. Please contact The Entertainment Grounds directly for group or joint booking requests . View the indicative floor plan here
The Entertainment Grounds Members can purchase tickets for the special price of just $15! *Limit of 5 tickets per member
PRE-DRINKS SORTED! ~ $5 schooners ($6 One Fifty Lashes Pale Ale) + Buy one get one free on all single meals FROM 6PM – 7PM
COMEDY NIGHT MENU
Asian Basket for 2 – $16.50
Includes coconut prawns, mini spring rolls, samosas, dim sims, prawn crackers and sweet chilli sauce
Mexican Shredded Chicken Nachos for 2 – $18.00
Delicious pulled chicken breast, corn chips, sour cream and a mild salsa
Antipasto Platter for 2 – $19.00
A selection of cured meats including pancetta, pastrami and Hungarian salami, Greek Fetta cheese, chargrilled red capsicum, Kalamata Olives, tomato relish and crisp parmesan toasts – serves two
Seafood Basket for 2 – $25.00
Hand rubbed salt and pepper calamari, flathead fish goujons, coconut prawns, beer battered chips, tartar and fresh lemon – serves two
NEW! Chicken Schnitzel – $ 15.00
Served with chips, salad and gravy
Steak Sandwich – $14.00
Served on a toasted brioche loaf with tomato relish, aioli, caramelised onion and a mixed leaf salad
Caesar Salad – $10.00
Fresh cos lettuce, house made croutons, crispy bacon, egg and caesar dressing
Add Chicken + $3.00
Bowl of Wedges – $ 7.00
Served with sour cream and sweet chilli
Over 18s only.
Emma Malik made her on screen debut on Thailand’s Got Talent – a true story which we’re not going to spoil for you here. She went on to play the female lead for a well-known condom brand and has appeared on Nickelodeon and the Darren Sanders Show – and even managed to land the role of the “before” for a diet shake commercial.
Emma’s debut solo show If You Can’t Train It, Eat It introduced Sydney audiences to her quick wit, audience interactions, high energy… and of course her many-legged co-stars. After completely selling out Sydney Fringe and a subsequent “encore” show added thanks to extreme demand, ‘English rose’ Emma will open her charming, yet oh so dirty mouth and tell you things that David Attenborough never would.
“She’ll charm, twist and surprise laugh you… roar-ing fun(ny)” – Chuck Moore Reviews
Peter Meisel is a New York City expatriate who has been living in Sydney for over 30 years. He moved to Australia to become a teacher but when he found all of his students laughing at him he started stand-up comedy.
It been nearly 20 years now and Peter has performed on television, film, comedy clubs as well as his bedroom. And depending on whom you ask, he has made millions of people chuckle, guffaw, and chortle at him or with him.
Keith Scott has been Australia’s leading impressionist and cartoon voice since starting in the Sydney office of animation giant Hanna-Barbera. Keith made many appearances on TV shows as a comic impressionist, including Hey, Hey, It’s Saturday and The Midday Show.
Across Australia he can be heard on some fifty radio stations, skewering the reputations of media and political types in the satirical comedy How Green Was My Cactus, which has run a record twenty nine years.
It was his expert “matching” of great Hollywood cartoon characters for which Keith became internationally famous. In 1990 he was appointed an official licensed voice of Warner Bros.’ Looney Tunes characters for Australasia, and since then he did Bugs, Daffy and the rest for countless animated TVCs, live shows and promos.
In 1997 the Disney Company flew Keith to Hollywood to be the Narrator voice in their hit feature George of the Jungle starring Brendan Fraser.
In 2000, Keith did the starring voices of Bullwinkle and the Narrator for the big-budget Universal feature The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle. During the shoot, Keith worked for five months alongside major names like Robert DeNiro, Billy Crystal, Jason Alexander, Whoopi Goldberg and John Goodman.
The next year he recorded the voices of Bugs Bunny & the Looney Tunes gang for two large projects: America’s theme-park chain Six Flags, and for a UK Pantomime theatre production.