The Late Nite PowerPoint Comedy Showcase
With 6 comedians performing 6 different presentations, The Late Nite PowerPoint Comedy Showcase is a line-up show like no other. Hosted by Sweeney Preston and Ethan Cavanagh, this cult classic makes it way to Adelaide after sell-out seasons at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and Sydney Fringe.
A wild late-night showcase with a rotating line-up of comedians putting the ‘show’ back into show-and-tell! A picture says a thousand words, and with more slides than Wet’n’Wild, The Late Nite PowerPoint Comedy Showcase offers more words per dollar than any other show in the Fringe.
It’s easy to follow along with after a few drinks and it’s begging for technical difficulties. With past guests such as Tom Ballard, Dane Simpson and Emma Holland, this show is not to be missed!
Frankie McNair (Winner Best Newcomer MICF), The Burton Brothers (3x Winners Theatresports Clash Of The Titans Adelaide Fringe), Jon Walpole (Vic Raw State Finalist), Meg Jäger (Opening Act for Randy Feltface & Akmal Saleh) & Dan Crowley (Writer for The Chaser).
Dougie Baldwin (Nominee Best Comedy Melbourne Fringe), Ashley Apap (Nominee Golden Gibbo MICF), Nick Capper (The Phone Hacks Podcast) Dan Crowley (Writer for The Chaser), & Millie Holten (Nominee Best Comedy Podcast Australian Podcast Awards).
Presented by: Sweeney and Ethan Presents
Sweeney Preston and Ethan Cavanagh are two of Melbourne’s fastest-rising and extravagantly overdressed comedians. Between them, Sweeney and Ethan have performed at The Festival Club (MICF), The Cape Town Comedy Club (South Africa), Christchurch Comedy Club’s Pro Night (New Zealand), Saturday Night Laughs Wellington (NZ), The Queenstown Comedy Club (NZ) & Comedy At The Espy (MICF). They have also featured on the airwaves of ABC Radio Melbourne and Perth, Triple R, Radio New Zealand National, SYN, Season 9 of The Leak, JOY94.9, Season 10 of Offbeat & ABC’s Stand & Deliver and more.
“Two fresh faces going places.” – Squirrel Comedy
Reviews & Fringefeed Reacts
Stand up unlike you've seen it before… nary a technical difficulty or uncomfortable crowd work to fear. - Chloe Cannell, Weekend Notes