Australia’s most wanted comic is back and he’s not here to f🕷ck spiders. Chopper returns to Tassie for the best night out you’ve had in yonks.
The endlessly funny storyteller weaves new yarns about the last year, including the recent need to wear gloves all the time. May include some passionate yelling. As seen on the 2023 Melbourne Comedy Festival Gala and Thank God You’re Here.
Part eulogy, part elegy, part Eastern Bloc Dog Day Afternoon. Reuben brings us a cabaret that crosses continents, generations, and the political spectrum of the 20th century.
As seen on Deadloch, Taskmaster Australia and Utopia, this fast and filthy comedian doesn't really know what she’s doing or where she’s going. But one thing is for certain. She is coming.
Catch four of Tassie’s boldest and brightest wildcards, as they flaunt their comedy chops for a night of nonstop laughs. Buckle up. MC'd by David Bakker and featuring Chloe Black, Valerie Cameron, Tracey Cosgrove and Nellie Ryan. Co-curated by Rob Braslin.
Starring Australia’s premier First Nations comedians Andy Saunders, Janty Blair, Jay Wymarra, Kevin Kropinyeri, Elaine Crombie & local legend Rob Braslin.
Lizzy Hoo is bringing you a brand-new show about love, grief and sharing custody of her dog. Lizzy is a regular guest on Have You Been Paying Attention? Directed by Tom Ballard.
Urzila’s new show is built on a simple premise: switch off, relax, and laugh yourself silly. Enjoy the trademark deadpan humour and cheeky wit from this Aussie household name.
Newly married, Schalk feels older, wiser and much more mature (possibly), but all he wants is to stay "hip with the youth". Can he do it? Can he keep up? That’s for you to find out.
Experience the timeless tragedy of Shakespeare's Macbeth, portrayed by a troupe of classically trained actors, and hilariously upended by a single, inebriated performer.
From across the ditch, the award-winning comedian, podcaster and improvisor brings a brand new show of intoxicatingly offbeat stand up.
According to Mark Twain, humour is defined as tragedy, plus time. Come and join Ed as he tests that formula by mining the most tragic event in his life for laughs.
Find us in Hobart's cultural precinct, In The Hanging Garden.
Hang out on the grass, eat and drink and enjoy the spectacle. Beneath our open Cathedral lives our festival hub: a garden circus where roving performers and entertainers roam free. A place to mingle between shows.