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Local comedy legend, Ross Voss, has been a fixture of the arts scene for fifteen years now and after a successful Edinburgh Fringe season, he's now treating Adelaide Fringers to his basketball-inspired show, Time Out With Ross Voss.
Do you ever wonder how comedians become comedians? In this 45 minute, intimate show where host, Ross Voss, takes chief seat by the campsite 'fire' you'll hear the formative tales of what made this particular comedian.
Yianni Agisilaou in The Un-Pinchable Pink Pen takes you on a journey of the sexes and explores the fundamental values we place on gender
At the end of 2015, comedian Marcel Blanch-De Wilt got married and it was all fairly normal. But, his Best Man made a rather unusual speech.
Having been on the stand-up stage and telling jokes for nearly two decades, Rove McManus’ return is a polished, effortless and hilarious hour-long monologue.
Straight Outta Compo is another show packed to the brim with a line-up of A list comedians sharing the stage to bring variety and offer audiences something for everyone.
A rotating line up of new & up-and-coming comedians each Friday night, presenting 5-minute routines around culture and travel experiences.
Luke McGregor is bringing his third comedy show, Almost Fixed It, to the Adelaide Fringe Festival. This comes as a change of pace from last year, when he premiered two original TV series on ABC.
A unique course can help people learn how to harness humour and laughter to improve their health, coping skills and confidence.
One of Australia's most-loved comedians, Anh Do, is in Adelaide this week for his Comedy show, 'The Happiest Refugee'. He gave Glam Adelaide the inside scoop.
Comedienne Georgie Carroll featured at the Marion Hotel with Jason Chong as host and 4 other comedians
Australia’s hottest comedian is on his way to unleash ‘The Hurricane’ in Adelaide for one night only.
He’s been described as the funnier version of a cross between Jack Black and Meat Loaf, and his shows have been deemed compulsory for the melancholy.