LATE BLOOMERS!

Weekly Award for Best Comedy at Adelaide Fringe Winner 2019 Words Anna Rieser Tell us about your show? Scotlaaaaaand! Our show is pure joy and silliness. A rip-roaring hour of hilarity mixed in with some...

TANIA EDWARDS

AMUSED MOOSE WINNER Tell us about your new show My show was called Woman on the Edge. Then I thought don’t mention that and now it’s called Don’t Mention It. The zeitgeist is about letting everything hang o...

CIARAN DOWD

Best Newcomer Words Anna Rieser Tell us about your new show. It’s a follow up to last year’s show, same idiot character, new dumb adventure. Last year he was an obnoxious sword-fighting lothario looking ...

ROSE MATAFEO

2019 BEST COMEDY SHOW AWARD Words Anna Rieser Tell us about your new show. Every show we have special guests from the festival and improvise a short monologue, which serves as the inspiration for scenes that...

Sofie’s Choice

Shed the shame, not the pounds, says Danish comedian Sofie Hagen Words Claire Smith     So many people came up to Sofie Hagen after her comedy shows asking for advice that she decided to write a self-help boo...

Lucy Porter

Festival Favourites Words Kate Copstick    Did you always want to be a stand-up? Goodness me, no! When I was at primary school I was determined to be a nun someday. Then I lost my faith, but I still wanted t...

Andrew Maxwell

Festival Favourites Words Claire Smith So what’s your show about? I always get to the point, usually about two months before the Fringe of thinking:  ‘What am I going to talk about?’ and then I go:  ‘It’s O...

Crying With Laughter

Award-winning newcomer Sarah Keyworth says she’s slowly turning into her dad. But does that mean she can still have a good cry? Words GAYLE ANDERSON    Sarah Keyworth has a strong suit game. I’d admired the N...

Sh!t Theatre

Festival Favourites What’s your show about? It’s about us being invited to Malta to do a show. We thought were going to have a free holiday, talk to some expats, bash out a quick performance and head home sun...
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Sarah Keyworth: Why Not?

Even as a Millennial myself - a grumpy left wing one at that - a Fringe’s worth of them is getting repetitive. Then someone like Sarah Keyworth comes along. Whilst still a work in progress, Why Not?, Is a sligh...