From telephones and cameras to mathematics, this clever Canadian comedian reminded all of us just how far we've come, and we loved it.
From the opening destruction of Roy Orbison’s Pretty Woman, Downe continues to roll out the laughs with his unique brand of silliness.
For a comedian, Kate McLennan is a sweet storyteller with an adorable girlish charm.
Ifft is one of those American comedians who seems to spend almost as much time in Australia as he does in his home country.
Adelaide Fringe-goers looking for the right amount of love, laughs and liquor - The Bulmers Best of Edinburgh Comedy Fest may be for you. Just outside the hustle and bustle of the busy CBD (which, let's all concede, is somewhat unbearable at times), Hindmarsh haunt The Gov will host the event, which showcases some of the best talent from the international Edinburgh Comedy Festival.
Bulmers is bringing back the laughs in 2012 with a brand new national comedy and culture sponsorship campaign that kicks off tonight in Adelaide at the Bulmers Best of the Edinburgh Festival. Bulmers has also been announced as the official partner and cider of Rooftop Movies in Perth, Melbourne International Comedy Festival and the Sydney Comedy Festival.
Adelaide comedian Steve Sheehan is bringing his highly idiosyncratic A Little Horseplay, involving himself, opera singer Norma Knight and a small horse (yes a real live small horse) called Mousey, back to the Tuxedo Cat venue for the Adelaide Fringe.
Fresh from seven months performing in London’s Covent Garden and West End comedy clubs, Adelaide comedian and magician Tony Roberts rolls the dice with his brand new show – The Gambler in the Garden of Unearthly Delights.
Charlie Pickering will return to Adelaide with a show about topics that excite extreme interest in some and confuse almost everyone else.
Eddie Ifft is one of Australia’s most popular American comics and he returns to the Adelaide Fringe in 2012 with his brand new show.
A little bit stand-up, a little bit slapstick and a little bit lovely, Tessa Waters returns to Adelaide in 2012 for the premier season of her new solo offering.
With Wil Anderson, Charlie Pickering, Sam Simmons, Tom Gleeson, Judith Lucy, Frank Woodley, Claire Hooper, Peter Helliar, Dave Thornton, Hannah Gadsby, Kate McLennan, Michael Chamberlin, Michael Workman, Tom Ballard and Tommy Little all bringing brand new shows to town you’ll be spoilt for choice.
Australian Comedian Jenny Wynter has just wrapped up 'The Unexpected Variety Show' as part of Adelaide's Cabaret Fringe Festival. Audiences were treated to a clever, funny and moving show, as Wynter took us through the ups and downs of her life journey; from penniless and pregnant in Sydney, to life today with her husband and three children.
Adelaide Fringe performer couple Tony Roberts and Monski Mouse are set to take their family and careers to London following the Adelaide Fringe.
Clown Lights Stage is a quirky and touching solo show by Sydney based Alice Mary Cooper. This multi-form performance is physical theatre meets spoken word and dance. It promises audience members a look at everyday objects in ways never imagined. In the world of Alice Mary Cooper’s Ms. Clown, tampons are delicious, a spotlight is […]
"Creepy Guy" took on the definition of shock tactics last week sneaking into the female changing room at Fernwood Gym in a bid to promote his new Fringe Show.
If Rove and Sunrise moved to Adelaide and had two babies, and one of those babies failed school, this would be their other, favourite baby.
The Animal Welfare League (AWL) has once again been chosen as the Charity of Choice for the Adelaide Fringe 2011 season of TITTERS!- A Showcase of Award Winning Funny Women with an Exclusive Preview Event – COMEDY FOR KENNELS – on Wednesday 16th February 2010.
This Sunday night, the Colonel Light Hotel will be hosting a Comedy Gala featuring some of Adelaide's best comedians with all proceeds going to raising money for nursing staff from the Womens And Childrens Hospital to go to Rwanda and provide surgery to children in need.
Project Wednesday, Codename: Rhino is not your average open mic night. Host and local Fringe favourite Mickey D describes the new weekly event at the Rhino Room, which starts on October 13, as “Fight Club for comedians. Minus that exclusive ‘first rule’… and the fighting.” Do you want to try your hand at stand-up, practice your […]