This year’s Adelaide Fringe promises to be one of the best yet. The 2012 program features a record-breaking 4,000 artists in 923 events, including 250 comedy acts, 130 theatre shows, 170 concerts, 100 cabaret shows and 110 art and design exhibitions. Additional categories include circus, dance, special events, film and puppetry. And who might the […]
There has already been an extra show announced for Sydney. Expect more extra shows in other capitals to follow.
The UK Comedy Legend’s long awaited first ever tour of Australia!
If you’ve seen a great festival show (or preview show) recently, please feel free to give it a plug in the comments.
Returning to Australia for the first time since his highly successful tour of 2007
Returning to Australia following his hugely successful sold out tour of 2010 – playing all state capitals.
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
As the Christmas special shows crank up, many regular comedy rooms in pubs and clubs are winding down for a break over the festive season. Most will be back in February 2010, although a few are taking either longer or shorter breaks. The dedicated comedy clubs in the capital cities that have them will be […]
Adelaide Comedy is farewelling their long-term base at PJ O’Briens in the city and moving out to the Arkaba Hotel at Fullarton on Tuesday nights.
MARK WATSON in “All The Thoughts I’ve Had Since I Was Born”
Mark Watson – comedian, author, sports pundit and husband, born in 1980 and according to life expectancy for his socio-economic group and Body Mass Index dying in 2056 will be delivering his latest show in April and May. Perrier Award nominee and if.comedy award winner, Mark has visited Australia many times, every time bringing down sold out houses.