Hannah Gadsby is walking away from stand-up comedy, and reveals her long struggle with creativity, sexuality and illness.
While there is plenty to like about Chris Rock's ability to explore uncomfortable topics fearlessly, this show felt undercooked.
Comedy club punters in Perth and Melbourne scored a massive treat with surprise appearances by Chris Rock.
Kathy Griffin's latest stunt has backfired spectacularly, drawing ire from progressives and conservatives alike.
US President Donald Trump wasn't there to roast in person at the White House correspondents' dinner, but that didn't stop the evening's entertainer, Hasan Minhaj.
What could be more provocative than prancing around naked on stage? Talking back to critics.
Soon to turn 50, Frank Woodley rightly considers himself a seasoned veteran of Australian comedy. But the anxiety never goes away.
First-class lols from comic to watch Penny Greenhalgh
It's a case of third time's the charm for the Melbourne-based comedian.
Writing a book was a very different proposition for the Irish comedian Jason Byrne. But he knuckled down to produce his memoir – and he didn't need any props.
Success has not stemmed New Zealand comedian Rose Matafeo's self-deprecating style.
Matt Ford's stand-up is bold and acerbic; his stage-mate Dane Simpson's less so.
A reliable and satisfying hour of stand-up. ★★★★
Melbourne Comedy Festival 2017 review: Damian Callinan and Paul Calleja's Wine Bluffs a hearty laugh for wine hobbyists
The wine bluffs find the biggest wine wanker of all in their audience.
"I've seen what they go through," says Sydney Comedy Festival director Jorge Menidis, speaking about struggling young comedians.
Melbourne Comedy Festival 2017 review: Damien Power takes stand-up to next level in Utopia - Now in 3D!
The Queenslander fuses comedy with philosophy to powerful effect.
Is it possible for a show to be one of the best things you've seen at the festival, and one of the worst, at the same time? ★★★★
Renowned comics lead a stellar field in this year's Barry Award.
Denise Scott and Judith Lucy have been entertaining Melbourne since they were fertile.
Sarah Kendall takes the audience on a nostalgic journey back to her childhood in Newcastle.
Fear and comedy are natural bedfellows, says Sydney comic Thao Cao.
A powerful young act with a lot of interesting things to say about men, women and Destiny's Child.
Once you've gone Portenza, there's no going back.
The 29-year-old's latest show, Cake in the Rain, features her signature raw humour. Be prepared for an abortion joke.
An ambitious show with plenty of interesting material never quite gets to the point of very funny.