at Club York Sydney
Friday, 29 April 2022 from 8:30 PM to 10:15 PM + Add to calendar29/04/2022 20:3029/04/2022 22:15Australia/SydneyAKMALAKMAL Friday, 29 April 2022 from 8:30 PM to 10:15 PM (Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney) Organiser Shayne-Anne OLeary 82966422 Address Club York Sydney 95-99 York Street Sydney NSW 2000 Australia Please ensure you have your Photo ID with you to allow entry to the venue. This is a requirement of the Registered Club Act. Dinner is available at Primi Italian call 9296 6430 or Zabou Bar & Grill call 9290 1155 Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/ay695/akmal.aspxClub York Sydney
95-99 York Street
Sydney NSW 2000
General Admission - No Reserved Seating
|$45.00||Tickets / Register|
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Anyone whos experienced a live AKMAL show knows the charmingly deranged energy this hilarious national treasure brings to the stage.
Now imagine AKAMAL cooped up for months inside his own house during lockdown - forced to stare at the wall muttering madly to himself instead of into a mic. The thoughts swirling but never getting OUT. The unreleased funny building to a critical mass.
Thankfully, it's time for AKMAL to explode onto the stage once more... and God only knows what crazy thoughts he's cooked up in confinement!
Pandemics got you down? Akmal is the perfect cure, He's an ARIA winning comic who has spent decades at the top of the Aussie comedy industry. He has the unique perspective of being born in Egypt and raised here from the age of 11.
He's also one of our funniest exports having toured the world including the Edinburgh and Montreal International Comedy Festivals. He's a star of film and TV notably one of the most reluctant guests on "Ï'm a celebrity get me out of here"(he did really want to get out of there) as well as numerous radio appearances. he's an author and a poet (okay not a poet) a beloved all-round performer and it's going to be amazeballs fun as he gets back to his standup comedy roots this festival season.