Factory Espresso has advised to leave the kids at home on Friday as "family friendly" does not apply to this week's comedy night.
The next edition of the Kite Street cafe's show will feature Julia Wilson and Justin Hamilton, neither of whom are known for their politically correct comedy.
The self-titled "toughest woman in comedy", Ms Wilson has toured the world with her standup act, having performed internationally at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and in Australia at both the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and the Sydney Comedy Festival.
I’m really lucky to have an odd life where weird and crazy things happen all the time so re-telling the truth and making people laugh is the perfect job for meJulia Wilson
In a recent interview, Ms Wilson said she doesn’t try to be funny she just tells dirty little stories on stage.
"I’m really lucky to have an odd life where weird and crazy things happen all the time so re-telling the truth and making people laugh is the perfect job for me," Ms Wilson told Time Out.
Joining the lineup, Mr Hamilton has been performing stand up comedy, and writing and directing for television for more than 20 years.
He is also the producer, curator and host of comedy podcast The Shelf, alongside Adam Richard.
The friends and co-hosts have interviewed some of the countries best comedians for the show, including Wil Anderson, Hannah Gadsby (practically Australia), Rove McManus, Glenn Robbins, Cal Wilson and Dave Hughes.
Tickets for Factory Espresso's comedy night includes a pre booked dinner from the cafe's menu.
They can be purchased online through Trybooking.
It kicks off at 7pm, more details can be found on their Facebook page.
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