Last year’s inaugural Comedy Kiki festival was so successful that Darlinghurst Theatre Company has decided to bring back its festival of funnies for 2020.
A festival of comedic shows will see a lineup of the most hilarious Australian queer comedians including; Zoe Coombs Marr, Geraldine Hickey and Nath Valvo. Each artist will be performing on different nights over the extended three-day festival of queer stand up.
“I’ve always loved telling jokes and making people laugh. I think it’s just a part of how I think and process the world around me,” Marrs said, “Jokes aren’t meant to be serious, its just from observing everything all the time, things that I find funny or weird.”
Award-winning stand-up comedian Zoe Coomb Marrs said the audience should be expecting “a more chatty and fun comedy mixtape with little bits of my favourites, possibly Bossy Bottom, and other new jokes for both newcomers and returning audiences.”
Bring your allies for a fun filled night, and enjoy an all inclusive Queer Speed Dating event held prior to each show, as part of the Queer Comedy festival for Valentine’s Day.
Lock the doors, lower the blinds.
Let’s have a Kiki!
Feb 13-15. Eternity Playhouse, 39 Burton St, Darlinghurst. $37+b.f. Tickets & Info: www.darlinghursttheatre.com
By Kirsta Chueng.