Get Ready To Polish Your Funny Bones And Laugh Out Loud At The Running Joke

Ria Lawrence Ria Lawrence - Staff Writer

Get Ready To Polish Your Funny Bones And Laugh Out Loud At The Running Joke

It’s time for some deep belly laughs as some of the most hysterical comics take to the stage at The Running Joke.

We love a good evening of wisecracks and laughs till our sides split. Sydney’s stand-up comedy scene is thriving and has historically produced a ton of great talent. Now that restrictions have lifted and we can get out there and let our hair down, what better way to celebrate than with an evening of laughs, food and drinks? (Feature image: Supplied/ The Running Joke.)

Lucky for us, The Running Joke is back with a slate of new shows featuring some of Australia’s finest comedians with resident compere Daniel Muggleton. For the uninitiated, Daniel Muggleton is a rising star on the Australian Comedy scene. His debut ‘Lets Never Hang Out’ was met with rave reviews so you can rest assured you’re in for some laughs.

Some of the funniest comics have graced the stage at The Running Joke including Tom Cashman, Neel Kolhatkar, Merrick Watts, Nina Oyama, Sam Campbell, Peter Berner among others and the line up this April promises to be no less entertaining and enjoyable.

On April 1 you can catch Cam James, Gerard McGowan, Jake Howie, Eric Patrick and Kathryn Thomas work the mic before Sam Campbell, Nat Damena, Elouise Eftos and Ting Lim crack the jokes the following Thursday. And on April 15 Sarah Gaul, Christina Van Look, Alexander Lamarque and Daniel Muggleton will perform their side-splitting routines.


If you needed another reason to book your tickets asap, the event is organised in a mystifying cabaret bar—The Magician’s Cabaret. The setting is cosy and relaxed and the ideal location for a date night or to get your friends together for a night out and a cold one. The event is also appropriate for all age groups so you can get the whole family together for a fun evening out. Drinks and food are available at the venue for purchase.

Doors open at 7pm for an 8pm show which generally lasts about two hours.

Get your tickets here.