“Give me an edge and I’ll live on it”
Central West Newbies Night
Debut Event at Roth’s Wine Bar |19 July 2019| Mudgee
Doors open 7pm
Comfort is for Wimps Comedy is brought to you by hobbyist comic and full-time comfort-zone breacher,
Jessica O’Reilly. The Central West Newbies night is an open-mic event that gives aspiring country-dwelling comics a safe and supportive space to flex their funny muscles and test the waters of hilarity.
Our aim is to support communities outside cities by offering unique creative opportunities like these. Because why should the big smoke get to tell all the sallies? They shouldn’t, that’s what.
Who can register?
(If you’re over 18).
Comedy shows are always stronger when there’s a mix of levels, so we welcome newbies, early stagers and seasoned comics to come along and showcase their talent.
The good to know
+ There will be a professional act headlining – stay tuned!
+ Entries for newbies close 28th June
+ Free registration and it’s first registered, best dressed
+ You’ll have your picture on our poster to share with your friends (because you seem like the kind of person who has many)
+ There are 10 spots available and you will be allowed 5 minutes on stage on the night
+ We’ll run a free Sunday afternoon workshop at Roth’s on Sunday the 14th of July, 1pm to 4pm. This is for you to test your funnies and get some hot tips on how to do comedy… here’s a quick one: open with your second funniest joke and close with your funniest
+ Any questions can be directed to [email protected]
+ Invite your friends and family – tickets are $10 on the door
To find out about Jess’s experience and her first-timer tips, go here. Or if you’re not much of a reader, just watch her first couple of times doing stand-up below.
Jess is currently training with professional, Cam Knight, for her stand-up gig happening at the Sydney Opera House on 3 June 2019.