After exploding on to the Darwin Comedy Scene in 2007 Danielle has jumped from strength to strength. As a founding member of Top End Comedy she’s a regular on the Darwin comedy circuit.
High energy and fast paced she’ll leave you gasping for air with her pop savvy comedy.
Described in Rip It Up as “pick of the bunch”.
Andi Egan / Nancy Sparkle
Andi has been performing comedy for Top End Comedy since 2014. She was an instant success with her bizarre and rude character Nancy Sparkle. Andi now performs as both herself and Nancy Sparkle.
Her personal style of comedy is lovable and shameless. She speaks and sings of love and awkward interactions that are relatable. Andi says what you’re thinking, even when you would have never thought to say it. She has developed a reputation for causing big laughs and light bladder leakage.
Nancy Sparkle on the other hand is outrageous. There is just too much glitter for your eyes to adjust. She is an intimidating and glamourous songstress. She will grope your funny bone.
Andi (and Nancy) have performed comedy for Wide Open Space Festival, International Women’s Day, The Beachfront Hotel, Happy Yess, Darwin Bowls and Social Club, and several corporate functions.
Amy is a terminally positive comedian from Darwin; she’s energetic, fun and contagious. Amy engages her audience with an infectious combination of energy, wit, self-deprecation, happiness and the bizarre.
She was the 2015 NT Finalist in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival RAW Comedy Final, has performed at the Adelaide Fringe Festival (2014, 2015), Melbourne International Comedy Festival (2014, 2015) and has supported comedy legends including Glenn Robbins, Fiona O’Loughlin, Jimeoin, Dave O’Neil, Des Dowling, Heath Franklin, Brad Oakes and Steve-O (MTV Jackass).
Loose is a fast paced, outrageously weird, slightly immature single father of three energetic kids, who tells his comically crazy life with crowd interaction and shameless wit.
Karen Martin-Stone is an archaeologist and a comedian, because she hasn’t figured out how to be normal yet. Karen combines her experiences on the edge of society with her particular brand of intellectual feminist comedy, to playfully explore what it means to fit in.
Karen has performed in festivals and comedy clubs in Darwin and interstate since 2012, and is a regular performer at Top End Comedy shows. She also writes factual television series that rely heavily on comedy to engage the audience, and currently has two shows in development. Karen is available to perform standup, MC events or as a public speaker.
Ryan is the kind of guy you really wish your daughter would date. His comedy is witty and intelligent, and also a little awkward (but endearing!)
He’s been a regular performer in Darwin for the last 3 years, as well as the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and the Adelaide Fringe, supporting national and international comedy stars like Claire Hooper, Chris Franklin and Nik Coppin. Ryan’s song parody, “It’s Beginning to Feel a Lot Like Buildup” became popular with older ladies across the Northern Territory after being heard on ABC Local Radio.
Nicole is an up-front and insightful comedian based in Darwin, whose wit and wisdom leaves audiences bursting at the seams. Confronting and incisive, she combines reality with a good dose of ridiculousness, served up with class and style. Rarely predictable, Nicole is an engaging, enigmatic performer with an element of surprise and sass.
She looks a lot like her mum and hates tpyos.
Nicole is also available as public speaker and MC and has been employed in various government departments for over a decade in Brisbane and now in Darwin. With years of experience as a Communications professional, she has facilitated education programs and workshops to literally thousands of employees across all levels in government, making her the perfect host for your corporate function or awards night.
Nicole is articulate, well-presented and can behave herself in public.
Ange Wu / Won Ton Destruction
Ange is Melbourne born and bred, but moved to the NT six years ago. She’ll enthuse about food, wordplay, dating, travel, and assorted nerdy pursuits. As a self-confessed kidult with stunted social skills, and a first-generation Chinese-Australian with bogan middle class ideals, Ange’s casual yet clever stand-up style attempts to put the fist into sophistication.
Since moving to the Territory, Ange was a speaker at TEDxDarwin 2012 and has performed at Darwin venues such as The Railway Club, The Chippo, Beachfront Hotel (supporting Chris Franklin), and Happy Yess. She has also dabbled in live storytelling, acting, and podcasting.