17 June – DONE!

Hi, Happy Monday and welcome to The Bar Ha Ha!

If you’re a subscriber, you’ll receive a pre-sale link on Tuesday, together with our line-ups for each fabulous night. For everyone else (but seriously, why be an everyone else when you can be a subscriber?), tickets will go on sale on Wednesday night.

If you want to use a Discover NSW or Parents NSW voucher, simply purchase your tickets and send an email to info@thebarhaha.com with the voucher information and we’ll process a refund within 5 working days. If you were with us last year you know that tickets are $50 each and come with a complimentary drink from the bar run by the fabulous team at Buffalo Vale Distilleries – cocktails, beer, wine, soft drinks – whatever you fancy.

Justin Hamilton has carved out an incredibly successful career as a stand-up comedian, writer and stage director while maintaining his unique voice within the Australian comedy scene.

Over the course of the last 15 years, Justin has won awards for his solo stand up comedy shows including the Director’s Choice Award at the Melbourne Comedy Festival for his show “Three Colours Hammo”. In 2011, The Arts Monthly announced that Justin was the Comedian of the Decade.

He continues to gig around the place and produce his Big Squid podcast, in which he sits down with his guests to celebrate the pop culture that inspires and entertains them. If you enjoy a deep dive, then strap yourself in because Hammo and friends are ready to go.


Sarah Gaul is an award-winning musical comedienne, actor, writer and improvisor.

Sarah is a Sydney-based multi-hyphenate who loves nothing more than performing, eating assorted cheeses and sitting at the local dog park with bacon-lined pockets.

She’s so good that we’ve got her at The Bar Ha Ha every night of the Festival this year.


MC for the night, Carolyn Swindell is not only Sydney’s favourite wealthy white lady comedian, she’s also a the Founder of the Hunters Hill Comedy Festival and like you, will probably walk home after the show (no doubt in the wrong shoes). She was short-listed for Best Comedy at the 2019 Sydney Fringe Festival and has just completed a sold-out season at the Sydney Comedy Festival to critical acclaim with her show Nice Lady MP.


Who else?

As Sydney’s only Lebanese, lesbian, ex-Jehovah’s Witness, comedian, Naomi Mourra is your gateway woman to chicks, chickpeas, cults and culture.

Plus hilarious Sydney comics James O’Connell, Robyn Reynolds and Chris Nguyen who are all really good at comedy but a bit tardy on providing bios.

A night not to be missed!


BOOK HERE! Tickets on sale 5pm 25 May