Adelaide Fringe

Our top Comedy picks for Adelaide Fringe 2022

With so many shows to see this year, these are our must-see comedy picks at the Adelaide Fringe for 2022.

We sure are glad that festival season is upon us but with so much to do and see it can be a little daunting to know what to attend.

We’ve done the hard work for you and compiled the most-anticipated comedy acts at the Fringe this year!

Drag Show the Game Show


Join The Beastie Girls and battle for supremacy over your rival house. Compete in teams for the crown in a variety of drag challenges to see which Beastie Girl’s house will reign supreme.

YouTube superstars The Beastie Girls have sold out Fringe shows in Melbourne, starred in Troye Sivan’s “Easy” Music Video and now join Adelaide Fringe for the first time. Drag Show The Game Show is a once in a lifetime interactive experience that brings to life the full spectrum of drag that some have deemed “complete chaos.”

Read more here.

Where: The Factory at The Garden of Unearthly Delights

When: 20 February – 6 March

Tickets: $20.00 to $40.00

Book tickets here.

Wil Anderson


Host of GruenQuestion EverythingWilosophy, Wil Anderson, returns to the festival circuit with a brand-new hour of stand-up.

2022 will see the debut of WILOGICAL, Wil’s first new hour of stand-up in 3 years. It took a global pandemic to stop Wil writing a yearly show, so he’s going to have plenty to say. This will be a sell-out event, so get in quick!

Where: The Boboli at The Garden of Unearthly Delights

When: 24 February – 5 March

Tickets: $42.00 to $52.00

Book tickets here.

Tommy Little


Tommy Little, a regular on Channel 10’s The Project and one hald of Hit Network’s Carrie & Tommy, is brining a brand new live show to Fringe this year.

The hour show will no doubt be filled with “raucous laughter, wild stories, and guaranteed good times – nothing is out of bounds”.

Book early to avoid disappointment, as Tommy’s “infectious energy and killer performances” has audiences coming back to more every year. 

Where: The Boboli at The Garden of Unearthly Delights

When: 8 March – 19 March

Tickets: $39.00 to $45.00

Book tickets here.

Nurse Georgie Carroll – Sister Flo 2.0


Adelaide Fringe favourite, comedian, nurse, author, wife and mother Georgie Carroll is set to perform a set of her signature comedy dopamine in Sister Flo 2.0 at the 2022 Adelaide Fringe.

The much-anticipated season follows Georgie’s stint working in a COVID-19 vaccination clinic protecting hundreds of South Australians in a bid to keep the arts alive and kicking.

Read more here.

Where: Umbrella Revolution at The Garden of Unearthly Delights

When: 18 February – 20 March

Tickets: $27.50 to $39.50 (midweek $24.50)

Book tickets here.

ScoMo’s Sunday Service


Join the Hon ScoMo for a special Sunday Service where he will discuss his political career, his top 5 holiday destinations, and finally answer the question, “did Scott Morrison poo his pants at the Engadine McDonald’s in 1997?” From the writers of Abbott The Musical, join ScoMo as he clears the air in this revealing, feel good comedy.

Join us for a feel good comedy where we finally get to the bottom of the matter.

Where: 18 February – 18 March

When: Main Stage at ARTHUR ARTBAR @ West Village

Tickets: $28.00

Book tickets here.

Rove McManus – Loosey Goosey


Rove McManus is one of Australia’s favourite stand-up comedian/talk show host/producer. He’s back on stage doing what he does best – making us laugh and keeping it loosey goosey.

This new solo show will cover a wide range of topics and mirror the art of the pivot we’ve all had to learn in the past two years. 

Book your tickets now and get ready to get loose!

Where: The Boboli at The Garden of Unearthly Delights (18 Feb); Umbrella Revolution at The Garden of Unearthly Delights (19, 20 Feb)

When: 18 February – 20 February

Tickets: $39.00 to $42.00

Book tickets here.

More Than A Game

Theatre and Physical Theatre/Comedy

If bigwigs, bald caps, and beer chuggin’ bozos set to rockin’ music sounds like a good time you will love this showcase of South Australian musical talent. 

More Than a Game is an entirely original, hour-long, comedy rock-musical about the out of shape, out of touch men that long ago were famous for their exploits on the footy field.  

Read more here.

Where: Star Theatre One at Star Theatres

When: 19 February; 4-5 March

Tickets: $28.00

Book tickets here.

The Handmodel’s Tale


In his second Fringe performance ever, comedian Victor David has prepared an hilarious act about his previous life as a professional handmodel.

The show reflects on the oddities in our lives, and how sometimes the most beautiful things in life are random and unexpected. After leaving his dad’s hippie commune in the Netherlands, professional handmodelling is only one of Victor’s curious and odd life choices.

Check out the show to discover more about Victor’s entertaining modelling career.

Read more here.

Where: Studio at Bakehouse Theatre

When: 21 February – 26 February

Tickets: $20.00 to $23.00

Book tickets here.

[adrotate banner="159"]
To Top