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.
Tickets are now on sale for audiences to join in the fun as seven new TV talk and game show pilots are trialled and filmed in Adelaide, beginning this week!
Feast Festival’s comedy line up has come to Raj House with The Dykeside – Two Left.
The comedy show stars three comedians, Lori Bell from Adelaide, and Bobby Macumber and Selina Jenkins from Melbourne, and works together a two hours show of individual stories, song, and casual banter.
The 2016 Adelaide Feast Festival kicked off the comedy section of the 2016 program with the annual Mass Debate. This year the topic was ‘single versus relationship’.
In Midsummer Night’s Dream Shakespeare called them Rude Mechanicals, common folk who want to perform for the Prince and maybe win his favour.
The hosts of "Thinkergirl: The Podcast LIVE", promoted as the ultimate girls night out, explores ideas that apparently everyone thinks but doesn't talk about.
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.
For one night only, the annual Feast Festival Comedy Gayla showcased highlights from the queer community’s stand-up comedy talent, hosted by Lori Bell with requisite heckling by drag queen Malt Biscuit.
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.
The first in a series of spotlights on various shows and events in the 2014 Adelaide Fringe .
Lori Bell presented her annual spontaneous late show at the Feast Festival with the assistance of comedian friend Geraldine Hickey.
The annual Feast Comedy Debate centred on two teams of comedians who debate either for or against the chosen topic. This year's topic was "Same Sex Marriage – Why Bother?"
The comedy debate is a highlight of the annual Feast calendar and under the comical, albeit loose control of comedienne Lori Bell, this year was no exception.
The theme of this year's Feast Festival is 'Coming Together', offering an ideal opportunity for six queer comedians to debate whether or not the gay community actually wants to come together as one.