Comedian Kitty Flanagan recounts stories from her life in this collection of cautionary tales about childhood, hitchhiking, internet dating, relationships, yoga, travelling, and even murder!
Here are some of the topics Flanagan gets through in her show. Sex. Reality TV. Cleaners. Porn. Honey where there shouldn’t be honey. Cirque du Solei
Australia's favourite star of Utopia is heading our way for the Fringe!
From fifteen spine-tingling minutes inside a shipping container for a theatrical performance to hilarious comedies, penis puppetry and ferris wheel speed-dating, there truly is something for everyone. Take a look.
In 'Laugh be a Lady' Debora Krizak champions funny women.
Kitty Flanagan’s latest endeavour takes on everything that annoys here, from ex-boyfriends, mummy-bloggers and Internet culture, sex and shop-assistants.
An Australian stand-up and television comedian has been appointed as the official Ambassador for the 2015 Adelaide Fringe, but who?
Why do we laugh? Truly ask yourself, what is it about botched English translations, fart jokes, and innuendos that endlessly entertain us?
International stars are ready to hit the stage as Word Adelaide kicks off in venues across the city.
Artists including Little Britain’s Matt Lucas are on their way to South Australia to kick off the brand new Word Adelaide festival. The four-day event also features comedian Kitty Flanagan and songwriting superstars Leo Sayer, Gary Kemp and Taasha Coates.
Love words? Well so do Matt Lucas (Little Britain), Kitty Flanagan (The Project), Guy Pratt (Pink Floyd, Icehouse) and Professor Roly Sussex (ABC 891), and here’s your chance to win tickets to hear why!
Yarn Spinning with Kitty Flanagan is the opening event of Word Adelaide’s four-day program and will celebrate two sacred Aussie traditions: telling tall stories and going to the pub.
Word Adelaide wants the public’s help to decorate a word wall set to appear in the middle of Rundle Mall tomorrow afternoon.
Adelaide’s newest festival was launched today by Events SA, announcing English comedian Matt Lucas, of television’s Little Britain fame, as its headline act.
Kitty Flanagan is returning to Adelaide for another series of shows in May!
Kitty Flanagan, one of Australia’s most popular and funniest stand up comics, will visit Adelaide in December to give hard-working Adelaide professionals a well-earned laugh.