Christian Hull and Christopher Wayne are 'Naked And Afraid', and they’re here to bare all with no boundaries in their new, highly offensive comedy show.
Audiences can expect unscripted madness with an insight into their personal lives behind the curtain, and if you’re wondering, yes. . . There will be a hint of nudity. Expect part Q&A, part magic show, part improv and far too much audience interaction.
“Adelaide audiences would remember me as one half of 'The Naked Magicians',” Christopher Wayne says. “And Christian is one of the most famous internet comedians on the planet!”
As a magician, Christopher has appeared on TV shows including 'Entertainment Tonight', 'E! News', and 'America’s Got Talent'.
He is the Creator and Co-Star of the show ‘The Naked Magicians’ which some people may remember from Gluttony as early as 2014 when it was premiered for its first Adelaide Fringe season.
It soon became the most successful magic show in Australian history, having played in a total of 320 cities around the world including a season on London’s West End, New York and a residency at MGM Grand in Las Vegas. In 2021, Christopher graced Australian prime-time screens when he became one of 'Big Brother'’s housemate alumni, going in as a housemate that season.
"Neither of us get offended, so we roast one another pretty hard on stage,” Christopher says of the new Fringe show. "It's a hilarious and offensive night of comedy between two best friends and a live audience!"
Christian is an AACTA-nominated Australian comedian and content creator, accumulating over 700 million views on his YouTube, TikTok and social platforms. Christian is best recognised for his character sketches, enthusiasm over a t-shirt folder, guessing paint colours, reacting to hilarious five-minute craft hacks and trying to find the soy sauce Coles Mini.
From a media background, Christian spent three years living in Adelaide as the producer of SAFM’s breakfast show 'Michael, Hayley and Burgo'. He also achieved best-selling author status with the release of his book titled 'Leave Me Alone'.
Christopher and Christian are neighbours in real life. Christopher moved back to Australia from Las Vegas in 2020, not knowing one of his favourite comics was right next door. It makes rehearsals, in Christopher's words, “super convenient”.
“We wanted to give Adelaide audiences a woke-free night of comedy,” Christopher says. “If you want to come and laugh like it’s 2018 again, this is the show for you.”
Prepare yourself for the onslaught of one of the most unapologetic, delightfully distasteful nights of stand-up you’ll see this Fringe season, with this pair of controversial comedy and entertainment stars.
‘Naked And Afraid’ plays The Moa at Gluttony – Rymill Park (Adelaide Fringe), 16-18 February.