The show’s conceit is that of a conference a la the 2020 Summit on the rising influence of religion on Australian politics, although religion got off pretty easily due to overriding satirical distractions.
Des Bishop is a native New Yorker who’s been living in Ireland since his teens, and in recent years has become one of the Emerald Isle’s favourite comedians.
Those of us who originate from the emerald isle can be a funny bunch. Not just funny looking but a comical wit and twisted view of the world seems to be innate in us all.
Featured Acts include Adam Hills, Wil Anderson, Frank Woodley, Peter Helliar, Josh Thomas, Jason Byrne, Des Bishop; David O’Doherty, Kitty Flanagan Harley Breen, Hannah Gadsby, Tom Ballard, Maeve Higgins, Michael Chamberlin, Melinda Buttle, Felicity Ward, Pyjama Men, Sammy J & Randy,Josh Earls,The Best of Edinburgh Fest, Claudia O’Doherty. Don’t miss out on TightArse Tuesdays!
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Well here we are in February…February pfft. Why isn’t it Febuary? What is that ‘R’ doing. The only month of the year that seems to have absolutely no idea how to spell itself.
Impro Australia is pumping out even more regular fixes for the hopelessly impro-addicted.
As usual, the lineup is amazing and the Adelaide Comedy website has a gallery of comedy show posters that will feature in this year’s festival. More information and ticketing at adelaidefringe.com.au