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The best and biggest comedy show of 2021 is here and it’s all to support a great cause! Laughs for Lifeline is an All-Star Comedy Gala featuring a massive line-up of Australia’s best comedians at Sydney Town Hall, Saturday, December 11 at 8pm.


With the best comedians in the country, an iconic venue, and a great cause all that is missing is you!

Have a night to remember this December at the first ever Laughs for Lifeline Comedy Gala. Your ticket helps to support Lifeline, one of Australia’s most important services and charities. Offering crisis support for anyone in their darkest hours Lifeline has experienced unprecedented demand over the last 2 years and needs your support more than ever.

Featuring Fiona O’Loughlin, Luke Heggie, Danielle Walker, Neel Kolhatkar, Aaron Chen, Cassie Workman, Daniel Townes, and more!

Hosted by Ciaran Lyons, Laughs for Lifeline is sure to be a very special, once in a lifetime experience.

Tickets are only $49.95. Secure your seat today to avoid missing out.

The Acts:

We’ve searched far and wide to bring you an incredible line-up featuring Australia’s best and brightest comedians including:

Fiona O’Loughlin (WINNER - I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here, Hughesy We Have A Problem)

Neel Kolhatkar (Sell out theatre tours, Youtube sensation) 

Ciaran Lyons (HOST)  (Filthy Rich and Homeless, Triple J)

Cassie Workman  (Melbourne Comedy Fest Gala, Sydney Comedy Festival)

Aaron Chen (Have You Been Paying Attention?, Utopia)

Luke Heggie  (ABC Question Everything, Melbourne Comedy Fest Gala)

Umit Bali  (Fat Pizza, Australia's Got Talent)

Daniel Townes (MICF, Sydney Comedy Festival)

Danielle Walker (ABC Question Everything)

Rory Lowe (Creator of Aussie Disney) 

Suraj Kolarkar (RAW Comedy)

Floyd Alexander-Hunt (Daniel Sloss and Friends - Melbourne Hamer Hall)

Jacob Lingard (MICF Comedy Zone, Brisbane Comedy Festival)

Fiona Cox (Sydney Fringe Festival)

Justin Jones (Studio 10,  Good Az Friday)

Sometimes things happen beyond our control. Line-up subject to change 


About Lifeline:

Lifeline is a non-profit organisation that provides free, 24-hour telephone crisis support service in Australia. Volunteer crisis supporters provide suicide prevention services, mental health support and emotional assistance, not only via telephone but face-to-face and online.

Every 30 seconds, a person in Australia reaches out to Lifeline for help.

Lifeline is a national charity that exists so that people do not have to go through their darkest moments alone. Help to support one of Australia’s most important charities during this challenging time for many by buying your ticket to this all-star comedy gala today.

Lifeline is Australia’s largest suicide prevention service provider.

  • Each year, over 1 million Australians reach out to Lifeline for support.
  • Lifeline’s 13 11 14 crisis support line receives a call every 30 seconds.
  • Lifeline’s network of 40 centres, 10,000 volunteers, and 1,000 employees provide a lifesaving national infrastructure for those experiencing immense pain and anguish.
  • There are 4,500 Crisis Supporters working with Lifeline so that no person in Australia has to face their darkest moments alone.

Covid Safety:

This is a double vaxxed event. All patrons will be required to follow all state and local government covid safety plans. You must show proof of vaccination and check in with a QR code to attend the show. Failure to do so at the entry point will result in refusal to the venue and refunds will not be given. We are excited to welcome you back to comedy events in a covid safe way. If you are unwell, stay home and get tested.

Getting there:

Public Transport

Central Sydney is served by a comprehensive and convenient public transport network, ranging from buses and trains to light rail and ferries. Buses and trains travel direct to Sydney Town Hall.


Cycling is a convenient, sustainable and enjoyable way to get to the Sydney Town Hall. Bike parking facilities are available on both the Druitt Street forecourt and the Sydney Square side of the building.


There is limited street parking in the CBD. Patrons should use the Car parking available at a number of parking stations close by. The two car parks nearest to Sydney Town Hall are:

QVB Parking

Entry and exit via York Street.

St Andrews parking

464 – 474 Kent Street,

Sydney NSW 2000


There are a plethora of great restaurants and amazing bars in Sydney city. Bars will be open during the event inside the venue. 

Please allow extra time for entry due to covid requirements.

DOORS: 6:30pm

SHOW 8:00pm