Here’s a list of 5 Australian female comedians guaranteed to put a smile on your face. Comedians are great communicators that can make us laugh and cry, influence opinion and make us see our world from unsuspecting viewpoints. Comedians are popular entertainment choices for corporate events, festivals and special events. For bookings contact us or call 1300 296 133.
5 Australian Female Comedians You’ll Just Love
The list below is a bunch of our favourite female comedians in Australia for your enjoyment.
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1. Claire Hooper ~ Stand up Comedian / Writer / Presenter
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As one of Australia’s busiest female comedians, Claire Hooper still regularly performs in comedy rooms across the country to the delight of comedy fans. Claire is best known across Australia for her role as a Team Captain on Network TEN’s Good News Week which she did for four years.
Claire has written, directed and performed in a number of theatre shows.
2. Celia Pacquola ~ Award Winning Female Comedian Australia
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Celia Pacquola, a multi-award-winning comic, has cemented her position as one of the most in demand female comedians in Australia, while also forging a comedy career in the UK and abroad.
Her stand-out solo festival shows have all earned rave reviews in Melbourne to Edinburgh. Celia has also appeared at the prestigious Montreal Just for Laughs Festival, and this year became the youngest woman to host the Oxfam Gala for the Melbourne International Comedy Festival/Network Ten.
3. Denise Scott ~ Comedian/Broadcaster/Writer/Actor/Presenter
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Denise first started working as a professional actor and comedian nearly thirty years ago, but it has been in the last decade or so that Scotty has gone supernova – winning awards, selling out theatres, appearing on high-rating TV shows and writing two popular memoirs.
Her show Regrets, was awarded the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Directors’ Choice Award. In addition, Denise won a Helpmann Award for Best Comedy Performer. Then she made her long awaited debut at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and released her second book The Tour.
Fittingly, 2013 was all about touring for Denise, hitting the stage with her dear friend Judith Lucy in The Spiral. Their stand-up-slash-book-tour debuted at the Princess Theatre during MICF and went on to sell well over 30,000 tickets across Australia.
It’s a great time for Australian female comedians. In 2016, it seems that everything is coming up Scotty!
4. Kitty Flannagan ~ Comedian/Writer/Director
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Aware that stand up is like a sport that must be practiced, Kitty has not stopped and she is currently on the road doing her third national tour with the new show “Seriously?”During 2013, Hello Kitty Flanagan was awarded Best Comedy at the Adelaide Fringe Festival and received a BARRY award nomination (Best Show) at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and a Helpmann nomination for Best Comedy Performance. Kitty joined the ranks with the best Australian female comedians.
Kitty Flanagan DVD releases
Kitty released her first live DVD in 2011 Charming and Alarming (also Helpmann Award nominated) which is the definitive collection of Flanagan’s stand-up, honed over years of working the comedy club circuit in the United Kingdom.
“Hello Kitty Flanagan” was released on DVD in 2014.
5. Julia Morris ~ Presenter/Actor/Comedian/MC
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Julia has been a regular face on Australian television since her debut on New Faces in 1985. By 1995 she was a household name along with other Australian female comedians, hosting or starring in popular shows including Full Frontal, In Melbourne Tonight and Beauty and the Beast.
Julia’s No Judgement stand-up tour won the Helpmann Award for “Best Comedy Performer” in July 2013. Between August and November 2013 Julia hosted Nine Network’s Australia’s Got Talent alongside judges Dawn French, Geri Halliwell, Timomatic and Kyle Sandilands.
At the beginning of 2015 Julia co-hosted the very first Australian season of Network Ten’s hit reality show I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! live five nights a week from Kruger National Park in South Africa. Season 4 of House Husbands was broadcast later in the year, followed by a national stand-up tour. I’m A Celebrity and House Husbands will both return in 2016.