ADELAIDE FRINGE COMEDY REVIEWS

It’s Adelaide’s biggest, busiest time of year! Fringe is upon us, and with it, an overwhelming amount of choice as to what you choose to see.

If you can’t decide what you want to see at the 2019 Adelaide Fringe, we’re here to help. We’ve sent people out to the best shows on this year’s program so they can report back and help you decide what’s right for you.

Here, you’ll find all of our comedy reviews. For more, head back to our Fringe Homepage!

Ross Noble: Humournoid

If you’ve ever had the bizarre pleasure of attending a Ross Noble show, then you’ll know precisely how difficult this review is to write. His trademark standup possesses no beginning, end, or anything that...

Jimeoin: All new material and still as funny as ever

Jimeoin was one of the first fringe shows I ever saw as a child, making him the first comedian that make me fall in love with comedy. Because of this, I felt I set my expectations pretty high when thinking...

Stephen K Amos reflects on life in a hilarious way

Stephen K Amos - The Story So Far reflects on Stephen K Amos' childhood growing up in London in a large family with Nigerian heritage and recent events in his life, the current state of politics across the...

Thomas Green returns to Adelaide with a BOOM

Thomas Green: BOOM revolves around the titular Thomas Green and his experiences living in Adelaide including his home life and his religious upbringing, his career in teaching, relationships, moving to the UK...

Nazeem Hussain – Anything but a Basic Idiot

We’ve all heard the age old saying “Never discuss politics or religion in polite company” right? Well, apparently no-one told Nazeem Hussain - and thank God for that! (Or Allah probably, because...

Tahir: From the Jungle to the Adelaide Fringe

For most comedians, they come onstage perform their act, tell their jokes and that’s the end. There’s something different about Tahir and his show You Had One Job. The overall vibe is that Tahir is just...