Greg is a stand up comedian, corporate MC, presenter and comedy producer with a rather large head. He has been a regular fixture in the Canberra comedy scene for more than a decade. He's performed to sell-out shows in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and the Canberra Comedy Festival and performed all around regional NSW and as far as Brisbane. He once performed to a group of bikies in the backyard of a pub in Boorowa and was nearly stabbed.
With his trademark relaxed and self-effacing style, Greg charms every audience he meets with hilarious stories and anecdotes. He's a former heat winner of Raw Comedy in Canberra and in 2018 hosted the CCF’s “Clean Comedy Spectacular” with a selection of the festival's best talent.
Greg has developed hours of original material over his career (admittedly, some of it rubbish) including solo festival shows and headline performances. A versatile and seasoned operator Greg can shift between MC, support and headline roles easily.
Some might say, "not even". Nonetheless, Greg is a confident and seasoned Master of Ceremonies and has performed this role in many events around Canberra including fundraising events, awards nights, sporting events, weddings, trivia nights and official ceremonies at the Australian War Memorial. He has also trained as an improviser and has extensive experience on radio and television.
Greg has produced comedy shows in a range of different formats over his career, including showcases, headline shows and open-mic beginner shows. Greg can cater a show with local talent or from his wide network of interstate, national level comedians. With a background in marketing and communications, Greg can also assist with promoting your event to the widest possible audience.
Thursday, 12 December - 15 Minutes of Fame, Boardwalk Bar (11/114 Emu Bank, Belconnen)
Wednesday, 18 December - Civic Pub Comedy Club Christmas Special, 7.30 pm, $20 ($18 online)
CANBERRA COMEDY FESTIVAL 2020 (16-22 March) - solo show "HEAD" on sale now: http://canberracomedyfestival.com.au/event/greg-kimball_2020/
‘Greg’s relaxed and down to earth delivery made him feel instantly familiar.’ – Heckler
'...seemingly effortless... I’d like to have a beer with this guy.' - BMA Magazine
'Has a certain poise on stage.' Steve Bennett – Chortle.com
‘Totally killed me.' – Read, watch, listen
‘Hilarious ****’ – Herald Sun
'I know Greg Kimball he is funny.' - Greg's friend Kris Kerehona
Pot Belly Open Mic Comedy (2011-12, MC and promoter)
Capital Punishment (Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Canberra Comedy Festival, regional NSW, 2011-2013, group show)
Extra-Dry Comedy at Eastlakes Kaleen (2014, MC and promoter)
Lettuce Eat Bacon (with Sophie Rutzou, Melbourne Fringe Festival, 2014)
Man Baby (Canberra Comedy Festival 2014, solo show)
Bunker Comedy (Ginninderra Labor Club 2014-2017, MC and promoter)
Match Fit (with Chris Ryan, Canberra Comedy Festival 2016)
One More Year (Canberra Comedy Festival 2017, solo show)
Still Coming (with Jez Margosis, Canberra Comedy Festival, 2018)
"Gus Up" (Live comedy recording, Belconnen Community Theatre, February 2019)
From his self-produced stand up comedy recording "Gus Up", Greg tells a hilarious true story about nearly drowning in a kids' pool.
Recorded live as part of "Gus Up" at the Belconnen Community Theatre on 16 February 2019, Greg talks about the perils of dancing on the streets with Spanish dwarves.
Recorded live as part of "Gus Up" on 16 February 2019, Greg talks about his prowess with the opposite sex.
Recorded live as part of "Gus Up" at the Belconnen Community Theatre on 16 February 2019, Greg tells a hilarious true story about being bullied into a highly dangerous waterslide ride by his best friend who is a giant.
Performing at Short, Fast and Funny at CIT Woden in 2015. Talking cheeky children, Tinder and angry warts.
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