Friday 1st March 2019 7.00pm
Saturday 2nd March 2019 6.00pm
$18 Adult (includes booking fee) Running time - approx. 60 minutes
Three Men and a Little Lady – Sam Bowden, Nick Carr, Michelle Azevedo & Tom Clark
Having little to do with the 1990 Selleck/Danson/Guttenberg vehicle – besides the titular similarity and cleverly photoshopped poster – Three Men and a Little Lady is a stand-up comedy showcase, featuring a colourful mix of comedic style, perspective and experience.
Sam Bowden has been telling jokes on stage in both Australia and the UK since 2011 and people seem to enjoy it. Sometimes a lot.
As well as having three Brisbane Comedy Festival shows under his belt, Sam has supported the likes of Danny Bhoy and Brian Posehn on national tours. His debut solo show The Epicurean Shark also had a sell-out run at the Brisbane Powerhouse, and he’s been telling everyone ever since.
With his confident weave of satire, posh ranting and dick jokes, come watch his ego continue to inflate as he does the world’s greatest job of comedy.
‘Gleefully harpooning… with his offbeat and delightful charm.’ SCENESTR
Despite having only been doing stand-up for 2 years, Nick is a two-time state RAW Comedy Finalist, has supported Troy Kinne, hosted a strip-club’s 3rd birthday and performed internationally including at the Koh Samui International Podcast Festival Gala, but not all at the same time. He has been a guest on Brisbane’s ABC Radio Evenings and Help Me, I’m a Comedian and can be heard as a guest onThe Little Dum Dum Club and Lindsay Webb’sWhat’s Your Name? What Do You Do? as well as the Ain't it Rich podcast. He’s a familiar face in stand-up scenes across the country, a big fan of spaghetti and brings a passion about comedy that he’s more than willing to share with the world.
Michelle is a talented young comedian, writer and self-described ‘tall-poppy’, who has performed with some of this country’s biggest acts. A veteran of former festivals, including successful appearances at the 2016 Brisbane Fringe, the 2017 Brisbane Funny Fest, and 2018 Sit Down Comedy Fringe, along with myriad, mirthful performances; Michelle is a class act, with a flair for all things funny.
While Tom has only been seriously performing comedy for a year, he has worked at The Paddo for five times that; and spent a lot of that time observing established comedians at the Sit-Down Comedy Club. In 2016 he made his debut in Triple J’s RAW Competition, and – although he didn’t make it out of the heats – surprisingly, didn’t do that bad. It was this initial exposure that led him to arrogantly avoid the open-mic circuit and enter RAW for a second time in 2017, where he bombed fantastically. Since then, Tom has performed both locally and interstate, and has improved drastically. The Sit Down Comedy Fringe will be his first festival appearance, which is not only exciting, but will give future ‘artist bios’ more substance, and hopefully, less verbosity.