After 19 years, the English comedian with an imagination to rival most, Ross Noble, is still travelling the globe scrambling around on stage conveying his consistently unusual, sometimes utterly disturbing and down-right bizarre trains of thought to a more than willing audience.
Nikki Britton has a problem; she’s mid-thirties and is still denying every urge she has ever encountered.
Nick O'Connell thinks of himself as the pinnacle of average (mainly because he needed a theme to build his Fringe show around)
This is not really stand-up comedy nor a game show, but rather a show of comedic games
Sir David Attenborough, that world famous Naturalist and wild life documentary film maker makes a very welcome appearance at the Bakehouse this Fringe (or does he?)
Comedians Against Humanity (FAMILY EDITION) from the master mind of Comedians Against Humanity, Yianni Agisilaou has taken his hugely popular show and put a G rated twist on it.
Comedian Tim Ferguson provides a comical memoir of his life.
Dan Lees and Neil Frost are the British comedy duo The Establishment. How does one describe them? Off-the-wall, zany, crazy, very funny
Jessica Messenger, one of the talented actors who make up the Perth based duo Sense and Spontaneity, gives the audience a very clever and witty performance as Jane Austen: Private Eye and introduces us to a side of Jane Austen we’ve never seen before.
From television's Penn & Teller: Fool Us, to the Melbourne Comedy Festival, Dom is the don for comedy magic.
"Scotland!" is a frantic, zany homage to almost everything Scottish, as performed by British physical theatre group The Latebloomers
James, Joshua and John are The Sleeping Trees, a British sketch comedy troupe who have brought their tenth show to Adelaide for the Fringe.
Nazeem Hussain’s star is on the rise and you know why? This man embodies comic genius.
JooYung Roberts is an emerging Adelaide-based comedian slowly expanding into the comedy world. His current show The Ballad of JooYung Roberts is a fresh piece of work currently on at Ancient World as part of the Adelaide Fringe.
British comedy superstar and charming TV personality, Stephen K Amos, returns to Adelaide with a show that not only humorously covers recent events and topics, but also work from his last 10 years of successful comedic globe-trotting.
Sir David regales us with many interesting facts (and a little fiction) about the world's fauna and Mankind (Australians in particular)
Alice Springs Comedy Showcase brings to the Fringe Simon Cheers, Chris Little, Amna Bee and Prince Pout III, all the way from the red centre for an early evening laugh at the Griffins Hotel.
Simon Wright brings a new sense of comedy and physical theatre to the Bally at Gluttony for his Adelaide Fringe show Totally Plucked.
Should you be looking for Fringe entertainment which considers biochemistry, neuroanatomy, the effects of neurotransmitters, and why loneliness can kill, this is your show.
The ideas behind Which-craft? are brimming over with possibilities to satirise the now somewhat stale ideas we are offered on, the misnamed, ‘Reality TV’.