World-class comedians and homegrown favorites come together for Perth Comedy Festival.
A Scotsman granted a travel exemption by the Australian Government, a metal-loving iso-cook with more than two million social media followers, Australia's favourite adopted son of comedy and a foul-mouthed purple puppet – just some of what's in store for Perth comedy-lovers in 2021.
Comedic powerhouse Daniel Sloss will perform his highly anticipated 11th show 'Hubris'. Quarantine cook and metal-head Nat's What I Reckon will deliver 'On Purpose' featuring previously unreleased videos and never-before-seen outtakes.
Arj Barker will bring Perth his brand-new solo show 'We Need To Talk' over three nights, while one of our best, Akmal, spins comedy gold.
With sell-out shows in LA and New York early last year and then a 12-month hiatus locked in a room with a typewriter, Randy Feltface presents 'Purple Privilege'. He's a foul-mouthed, existentialist, sober, vegan puppet.
The loosest Aussie bloke himself, Alex Williamson, brings 'Oi Mate'. Best Comedy ARIA nominee Anthony Salame is back in Australia after an eight-year break.
ABC darlings Gen Fricker and Nina Oyama perform at the Astor Theatre – Fricker returning with a new hour of stand-up and Oyama playing 'Nina Oyama Is Doing Me Right Now'.
Chris Ryan's 'Big Hair Big Dreams' is on at the Regal Theatre while Floyd Alexander-Hunt gives us 'Think Floyd'.
WA locals include Brodi Snook, Simone Springer and The Motherhood, Jon Pinder, Jez Watts, Matt Storer and Tor Snyder.
Perth Comedy Festival 2021 Line-Up
Biggest Comedy Show On Earth
Floyd Alexander Hunt
Heath Franklin’s Chopper
Jon Pinder & Simon Springer
Nats What I Reckon
Perth Comedy Festival Gala
Perth Comedy Festival Showcase
Perth Comedy Festival runs from 29 April-8 May.