They've supported Ed Sheeran and been to Adelaide Fringe five times. Now the double act hits Melbourne International Comedy Festival for the first time.
You only have to see the beaming expat South Africans cluster round Loyiso Gola after a gig to realise how big he is back home.
Depression and shame may not sound like the stuff of comedy, but Richard Gadd's show ''Monkey See Monkey Do'' has been a critical and popular hit.
Artisan Fabian Scaunich says the once broken and dirty floor of 200,000 pieces will be ready for the Comedy Festival launch on March 28.
Fabulous Sydney Comedy Festival must-sees you need to hear about
He is considered the greatest English comedian and storyteller of his generation, but hecklers at his gigs should watch out.
Like voice itself, human laughter is endlessly, subtly, distinctive.
The actor, comedian, writer, director and producer is heading to Australia in June as part of his world stand-up tour
"I'm like a lecturer at uni, except I'm cool, I swear, I show funny photos."
Stand-up stars at the Sydney Comedy Festival give their pick of the bunch.
How did a hardcore Irish nerd become a TV star and stand-up comedian?
It's not quite as great as One Man, Two Guv'nors but is sure to tickle fans of British comedy nonetheless.
The consummate Tupperware hostess brings her riotous party to Mardi Gras.
Next time Australia enters the Eurovision Song Contest, we might do worse than to send Astrid and Otto Rot, aka brother-sister punk-pop duo Die Roten Punkte.
Melbourne's premier LGBTI festival celebrates its 30th year with a bang.
Comedian Celia Pacquola's nudity clause? "No nipples and no side boob!"
Saturday Night Live unsurprisingly concluded the year with a Christmas special featuring Alec Baldwin as his favourite blonde in office, only this time Vladimir Putin was included in the act.
Comedian Amy Schumer has cancelled her Australian stand-up tour just five days before she was due to perform in Perth.
Sam Simmons and his fight against beige is our hottest comedy export.
Dilruk Jayasinha left the heady heights of accountancy for sweaty live comedy.
Nath Valvo tickles with spiky wit.
There are no hecklers in the audience anymore for one of the world's most loved comedians who is on his way to Sydney.
Bill Bailey is one of the few modern comedians who avoids vulgarity or going dark for shock value (though there's the occasional brief bit of black humour).
The English stand-up comedian knows how it feels to be torn down by the tabloids, but it hasn't quite stopped him speaking his mind.
The master of observational comedy will perform Down Under for the first time in almost 20 years next August. But don't expect any cracks at Melbourne's expense.