In early 2014 Australia’s best comedians will descend on our fine city and have everyone in stitches at the Brisbane Comedy Festival.
We have the low down on the acts at the 2014 Brisbane Comedy Festival. This collection of comedy acts will have their audiences rolling in the aisles just click on one of the hilarious comedians below and it will take you directly to all the information you need to see these hilarious comedians in action.
Wil Anderson – Wil is performing his new show – Wiluminati at the Brisbane Comedy Festival for six nights only, tickets are sure to sell out for this comedy powerhouse.
Frank Woodley – This guy knows his slapstick and his new solo show Fool’s Gold is sure to impress audiences.
Tom Gleeson – Gleeson is bringing his show Quality to the Brisbane Comedy Festival in 2014. One of Australia’s favourite comedians Gleeson has a six night run at the Comedy festival.
Sam Simmons – Home briefly from LA and fresh from a debut performance on Conan in the U.S, Simmons will deliver – Death of A Sails-Man at the 2014 festival.
Hannah Gadsby – Hannah has a unique ability to take embarrassing or heart-breaking scenarios and turning them into hilarious monologues her new show – The Exhibitionist, will be a highlight.
Peter Helliar – Brings his own special brand of comedy to the festival in 2014, one of Australia’s biggest comedy names Pete shot to fame in 1999 on the hit television show Rove.
Cal Wilson –It Could Have Been Me is the latest offering from Cal and is sure to deliver outrageous characters in 2014.
Sarah Kendall – This comedian will be sharing the story of joining her High School Touch Football Team in her brand new show Touchdown.
Tom Ballard – A Triple J breakfast show star, Ballard has returned to the comedy stage to deliver UnAustralian(ish), a personal show filled with anecdotes about his own experiences and musings.
Mel Buttle– A Brisbane local Mel offers honesty and wit in her new solo show Bring a plate.
Damien Power – Nominated as Best Newcomer at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival last year, Power brings Keit to wow audiences on the Brisbane stage.
Who are you looking forward to seeing at the Brisbane Comedy Festival? You can check out these acts and heaps more at the Brisbane Comedy Festival website.