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The best places to see comedy in Sydney
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The best places to see comedy in Sydney

Find your funny at these places.

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Find an open mic!
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Find an open mic!

Sign-up on the night – or turn up for the short sharp sets.

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Comedy in October
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Comedy in October

Our picks for funny business – from local to interstate to international.

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Find free comedy
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Find free comedy

It's getting harder and harder to find free fun in Sydney – but these stand-up and open mic nights have zero cover charge, giving you more bucks for beverages and snacks.

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Big comedy tours coming to Sydney

Bill Bailey

Bill Bailey

The UK comedian is coming to Sydney with his new show about life (and larks) on the road.

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Matt Okine

Matt Okine

The Triple J breakfast co-host is celebrating a cracker year and swag of awards with a stand-up tour.

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Wil Anderson

Wil Anderson

The Gruen host is free-styling at Giant Dwarf, improvising a new show each night.

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Hannibal Buress

Hannibal Buress

The former SNL and 30 Rock writer and star of Broad City is doing stand-up up in Sydney for one night only.

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Rosie Waterland

Rosie Waterland

The author and columnist is hitting up Sydney with her debut live show, 'My Life On The Couch (With Vodka)'.

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Liveworks
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Liveworks

Liveworks festival is the main event in Performance Space's annual program, showcasing local, interstate and international artists pushing the frontiers of art and performance. In 2016, artists include dancer/choreographer Kristina Chan, who offers a meditation on impermance in the era of climate change, 'A Faint Existence'. Mish Grigor (of the collective post) will give 'The Talk' – in which she re-enacts awkward conversations about sexuality she had with her family members.  Visual artist Ross Manning will transform CarriageWorks' public spaces into a psychedelic landscape with his installation 'Melody Lines'. Meanwhile Indigenous acoustic outfit the Stiff Gins will give a music-based performance about Indigenous artefacts held in museums.Experimental musician and composer Jon Rose will showcase his extraordinary collection of hand-built instruments for 'The Museum Goes Live'. Taiwanese performance artist River Lin will ask visitors to nominate 'unclean' parts of their bodies in a work titled 'Cleansing Service'. And there's more besides: check the website for the complete line-up.  For a limited time CarriageWorks is offering an Earlybird discount of 20 per cent off all tickets for Liveworks.

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Made in Sydney: Music Makers and Innovators
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Made in Sydney: Music Makers and Innovators

In this edition of Made In Sydney series General Assembly will be focusing on the city's vibrant music and nightlife scene by hosting a panel of music makers and innovators. Chad Gillard, the co-founder of one of Sydney's most loved record labels Future Classic will be on the panel alongside some other industry buddies. Considering he's played a part in launching the careers of the likes of Flume, Jagwar Ma and Wafia, you know the guy's going to have some pretty excellent insights on the Sydney scene and beyond. After the panel wraps up there will be drinks and tunes right into the evening. The evening is free but RSVP is essential.

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A three-course French lunch for just $45
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A three-course French lunch for just $45

Café Ananas down in Phillip Street is a restaurant inspired by the cuisine of the South of France. In the spirit of the longer days and warmer temperatures that are upon us, they’re now offering a weekday three-course express lunch at the wallet-friendly prix fixe of $45. Your entrée is a beet salad, ricotta ravioli or Niçoise tuna pan-bagnat. For mains, you can have the grilled Wagyu bavette steak, Champagne risotto or fish of the day. Finish it off with a vanilla crème brûlée or selection of ice cream and sorbet. So head to Café Ananas to savour the fresh flavours of French cuisine as well as Sydney Harbour views. Your lunch break can be a real escape – one that doesn’t take all afternoon, or bust the budget.

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Win a trip to India with Intrepid Travel
Travel

Win a trip to India with Intrepid Travel

Intrepid Travel is giving one lucky person a spot on their 15-day Classic Rajasthan tour, departing March 19, 2017. The prize includes return airfares from any Australian or New Zealand major city to Delhi and offers an intimate small group experience as you travel through the romantic northern Indian province of Rajasthan. Tour highlights include tiger spotting in Ranthambore National Park; camel riding through the desert in Pushkar; and a visit to the Taj Mahal. Accommodation is included and ranges from fortified mansions to camping under the stars. Competition opens September 15 and closes October 27, 2016. To enter, simply fill out your details here. Good luck!

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