Comedy Next Gen


Season 2, Episode 10 (Daniel Townes)

3.5 10 x
Daniel Townes bangs out almost an hour of his classic jokes, with killer one-liners, razor-sharp social commentary, and dark, hilarious personal stories.

Season 2, Episode 8 (Yianni Agisilaou)

3.0 9 x
In this show, Yianni Agisilaou explores the preposterous rules, double-standards and expectations society lumps on us depending on which bits we're born with.

Season 2, Episode 7 (Suren Jayemanne)

4.5 9 x
Australian born to Sri Lankan parents, Suren Jayemanne is a young(ish) intellectual brown beta-male. He also has eczema. Join Suren as he attempts to discover which is the worse skin condition to have in Australia.

Season 2, Episode 6 (Sam Taunton)

3.0 8 x
Sam Taunton's 'Taunts Down For What' deals with contemporary issues facing millennials such as social media anxiety, online dating and friendship groups, and generational hurdles like identity, love, and family relationships.

Season 2, Episode 5 (Demi Lardner)

4.8 58 x
In her stand-up show Demi Lardner plays 46-year-old Gavin who is based on the numerous stepdads she's had in her short, but magnificent life.

Season 2, Episode 1 (Tom Walker)

4.3 122 x
Series 2 showcases the next generation of stand-up comedians as they perform their latest live shows. First up is Tom Walker in his show Bee Boo, a chaotic shambles of a show which combines prop, mime, song and stand-up.
Episodes 2019

Season 2, Episode 13 (Aaron Chen)

3.0 33 x
Aaron Chen performs his debut show live in Sydney. Aaron's show covers many of the most pressing issues of today and he might reveal his crush.

Season 2, Episode 11 (Geraldine Hickey)

4.0 27 x
Geraldine Hickey's show explores the themes of empathy, disappointments and why sometimes it's not always a good idea to say "Yes Please!", but when Geraldine does at least we get a good story.

Season 1, Episode 11 (Alice Fraser)

4.0 13 x
Raised Buddhist by a lapsed Catholic and a recovered Jew, Alice Fraser chronicles the world of her childhood through the lives of the people living in the crumbling down house she called home.

Season 1, Episode 10 (Michael Hing)

4.0 17 x
An hour of jokes, mostly about casual and systemic racism in Australia, as told through the eyes of stand-up comedian and certified disappointment to his parents, Michael Hing. Recorded at the Comedy Store in Sydney.