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Powerbomb Comedy Festival is bringing the laughs to Sydney in October, and we’ve saved some of the funniest stand up comedy in Sydney for the festival’s final week.

Come and try one of Staves Brewery’s famous craft beers and watch a selection of the funniest comedians in Australia performing live.

The lineup for week four is jam-packed with acts that are guaranteed to bring the laughter, with comedy for everyone’s tastes.

Here’s your guide to Powerbomb Comedy Festival week four:

Thanks for Coming Out and Supporting Live Comedy – Rose Piper – 5.45pm

Coming off the back of a huge year where she performed on Tonightly with Tom Ballard, at Splendour in the Grass and in the Sydney Comedy Festival, Rose Piper returns with new jokes and a bunch of old favourites. Tightly written jokes and a laidback persona make Rose a joy to watch!

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Snake Pit: Into the Pit with Tom Walker – 7pm

Beloved Sydney improv trio Snake Pit are back with a brand new one hour show, with a special appearance from guest comedian Tom Walker. Watch your favourite improv trio weave audience suggestions into an hour of high-energy improvised comedy.

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Girlpowerbomb 2 – 8.15pm

Girlpoweromb was one of the highlights of Powerbomb Comedy Festival in 2018, and this year we’ve got two huge shows with some of the funniest comedians in Sydney. Week two has Bonnie Tangey, Hannah Reilly, Bea Barbeau-Scurla, Elouise Eftos and Claudia Rae joining host Bec Melrose.

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Wimps Only – Sam Campbell - 9.30pm

Sam Campbell headlined last year’s Powerbomb Comedy Festival and this year he’s back for two hilarious new shows. He’s received five star reviews, won Best Show at the Melbourne Comedy Festival and performed to sell out crowds around the world. Come and see what the hype is about.

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Full Week Four Lineup:

Powerbomb Comedy Festival Week Three - 26 October 2019

Worst First Dates with Brett Blake and Kelly Fastuca – 5.45pm

Phone Hacks Live with Michael Goldstein and Nick Capper – 7pm

The Sydney Project – Eric Patrick – 8.15pm

Heartbreaker – Lauren Bonner – 9.30pm