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Latest news: Comedy

Canberra film to snatch industry limelight

The Canberra production Snatchers hopes to boost the local industry and bring attention to the talent creatives of the region.

Seven books in 70 minutes as Potted Potter flies into Canberra

Empowered by the magic of Hogwarts, the seven books are condensed into 70 minutes in Potted Potter at Canberra Theatre Centre.

Local showman puts the fun in funeral at The Q

Eulogiser Bunny invites you to partake in the ultimate taboo- laughing at a funeral as Cameron Ribbons look on the bright side at The Q.

Female comedy pair take on Canberra Comedy Festival

Canberra comedy pair Caitlin Maggs and Sarah Stewart share snippets of their lives in Before and After at The Street Theatre on 16 March.

Take 5 with James Schloeffel

James Schloeffel heads to the capital with a group of the biggest satire heavyweights Australia has to offer in The War on 2023: Annual Comedy Gala at Canberra Theatre Centre on 6 December.

Take 6 with Lawrence Mooney

Lawrence Mooney has been keeping audiences entertained for decades and intends to keep it that way when he comes to The Basement Canberra.

Take 6 with Jimmy Rees

Beloved comedian Jimmy Rees brings his Not That Kinda Viral tour to Canberra's National Convention Centre on 9 September.

Take 5 with Kirsty Webeck

Canberra raised comedian shares her story of giving up the drop ahead of the Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education's A Night to Remember at Monster Salon this Thursday.

Take 5 with Sammy J

Sammy J farewells the favourite characters from his ABC Sketch show in 'Good Hustle' at Canberra Theatre Centre on 26 May.

Comedy favourite Wil Anderson returns to Canberra

Wil Anderson shares his hesitations about returning to the outside world in Wiluminate at Canberra Theatre Centre 25 March.

Take 5 with Nick Schuller, coming to Canberra Comedy Festival

Now Melbourne-based comedian Nick Schuller returns to Canberra, his old stomping ground with debut stand-up show Fire Brand at the Canberra Comedy Festival 17 March.

Women’s Room adds estrogen to Canberra Comedy Festival

What happens when a hypochondriac, a celebrant, a widow, a midwife, and a north-sider walk onto a stage? You get The Women’s Room, back with their second instalment, Just Add Estrogen at Canberra Theatre Centre’s Courtyard Studio, 18-19 March.