High-quality humour from a star on the rise who is poised to go to another level
A disparate duo of promising local acts share the stage for an upbeat and accessible hour of comedy.
Always a fantastic line-up in a relaxed atmosphere
It is the Marion Hotel Sunday Sessions’ tenth year at the Adelaide Fringe.
After some minor COVID-19 related delays, award winning Adelaide comedian Lori Bell hit the stage of Diverse-City for her Feast Festival showing of Pregnancy and Purgatory.
Up and coming comedy night, Giggles, returns post a COVID-19 pause.
In her debut as Artistic Director, Julia Zemiro presents the 2019 program with more than 380 artists in 245 performances over 16 days and nights.
Get around some of Adelaide's best young comedians with Adelaide Comedy and Rhino Room at Adelaide Comedy's Next Gen this Fringe!
This Fringe 2018, world-class child-hater Paul Dabek unites the forces of hilarious comedy and rock opera in a magical family stage show perfect for the whole family.
Joel Creasey is back to offer his scything dissection of Australian celebrities he's tracked down on Grinder and in nether-regions beyond in Adelaide this Friday.
Comedienne Georgie Carroll featured at the Marion Hotel with Jason Chong as host and 4 other comedians
Young, up-coming comic, Alex Williamson, is gaining quite a name for himself following a successful Fringe season, strong YouTube following and Netflix.
With 20 years on TV, film and at most of Australia’s premiere comedy clubs, Darren Sanders' experience showed during his one night only performance.
The first Adelaide Comedy event for 2015 was a showcase of Adelaide Comedy's 2014 Award Winners which doubled as a fundraising benefit for the CFS.
As the headline act, former Triple J Breakfast host Claire Hooper was preceded by four local comedians and MC Thomas Green in a night of stand up comedy.
From fun to funny, Adelaide Comedy's gigs at suburban pubs are a sure-fire way to brighten a winter’s night.
Stand up comedy hosted by Mickey D and featuring Steve Copley, Michael Bowley, Chris Knight, Jason Chong and Titty Bar Ha Ha from the UK.
The Arkaba hosted the State final equivalent of South Australia’s TheatreSports Cup, which saw five teams compete energetically through four rounds, judged for technique, narrative and entertainment.
Adelaide’s own Demi Lardner has taken her place among the biggest names in world comedy, after jointly winning the the most prestigious stand-up comedy competition in the world.
One of Australia’s most loved and recognisable stand up comedy characters, Heath Franklin’s Chopper, will headline a week of local stand up comedy gigs from Wednesday 14 August 2013.