Ty’s not afraid to say it – a few things didn’t work out the way he thought they would, and now he’s a teacher.
As a new teacher, Ty has a unique perspective on the profession and almost every day has to stop himself from saying “I was your age not that long ago, morons”. Starting his first teaching gig has shown Ty that if he doesn’t want to grow up just yet, he’ll have to be Dr. Jekyll during the week and Mr. Hyde on the weekend so that students don’t discover his love for boozing, partying, and telling stories on stage about his questionable lifestyle choices.
“Ty charms with his well crafted one liners and loveable anecdotes”
Will Crawford, Off The Leash
“Ty is a pro. Clever, punchy, and modern. Audiences absolutely love him”
– Amy Hetherington, Adelaide Fringe Weekly Comedy Award Winner
About the artist
Ty is a regular at Darwin comedy clubs and cooperate events, often seen headlining or MCing with a cheeky grin on his face. He runs Off The Rails Comedy on the first Thursday of every month and performs as one third of The Hey How Are Yas. Ty has toured his first solo hour to the Adelaide Fringe Festival and Melbourne Comedy Festival this year, and is now ready to bring it back home to Darwin!
Haha Comedy Garden at Hotel Darwin
Ticket price $20.00
• Licensed Venue
• Wheelchair accessible by entering through the side of the venue
• Car park suitable for wheelchair transportation available within 2 minutes of the venue entrance
• Access to the smoking and bar areas are wheelchair friendly
• Food is available for purchase
• ATM on site
• Have a fully accessible public toilet that is unlocked
• Accessible by public transport
• We accept various forms of contact (written, verbal etc) this includes for complaints and bookings
• Allergy free food/ beverages available upon request and staff behaviors modified to support notified allergies
• Staff are trained to respond to allergies
• Staff are trained in basic disability awareness
• Assistance dogs welcome
• Seating options are available in all spaces for people with mobility issues