The must-see shows of the 2021 Sydney Comedy Festival

A host of Australia’s funniest will descend on the 2021 Sydney Comedy Festival this April and May.

The 2021 festival is set to feature a lineup of the best and brightest Australian comedians.

Hard Quiz host Tom Gleeson will bring his award-winning hour Lighten Up for an encore performance at the newly refurbished Enmore Theatre following sold out shows at the Opera House; Logie winner Dilruk Jayasinha will showcase his latest hour Victorious Lion; plus Melbourne Comedy Festival Award nominee Geraldine Hickey will serve up her show What A Surprise.

Sydney-siders can indulge in brand new hours from perennial festival favourites such as Adam Hills, Tommy Little, Nikki Britton, Nath Valvo, Tom Ballard, Steen Raskopoulos and Dave Thornton; while there will also be a host of brand new hours from the rising stars of Australian comedy, including Bec Charlwood, Lewis Garnham, Lizzy Hoo and Ben Kochan.

Tickets are limited in all venues – book now for the weekend sessions before they get snapped up!

The details are as follow:

Tom Gleeson – Lighten Up
1 May
Enmore Theatre
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Tommy Little – I’ll See Myself Out
24 Apr
Enmore Theatre
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7 May
The Concourse
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Adam Hills – Shoes Half Full
30 Apr
Enmore Theatre
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Tom Ballard – We Are All In This
7 & 8 May
The Comedy Store
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Geraldine Hickey – What A Surprise
23 April
The Comedy Store
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Dave Thornton – Novel Problems
1 May
The Comedy Store
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Dilruk Jayasinha – Victorious Lion
24 April
The Comedy Store
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Nath Valvo – Chatty Cathy
14 May
The Comedy Store
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Bec Charlwood – Dirty Girl
6 – 9 May
Enmore Theatre
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Lizzy Hoo – Hoo Dis?
30 April – 1 May
The Factory
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Lewis Garnham – The Worst Train I’ve Ever Built
6 – 9 May
Enmore Theatre
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Ben Kochan – I’m Done It
13 – 15 May
Enmore Theatre
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Sam Taunton – Rooster
5 – 9 May
The Factory
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Danielle Walker – Bits
13 – 15 May
Enmore Theatre
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Nikki Britton – One Small Step
22 – 24 April
The Factory
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Steen Raskopoulos – Business. Never. Stops.
22 – 24 April
The Factory
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The Bear Pack
22 – 24 April
The Factory
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