The Brisbane Comedy Festival has announced its 2018 line-up. It includes international comedians Stephen K Amos, James Smith, Rich Hall, Daniel Sloss, Des Bishop, Jeff Green, Jimeoin and Jim Gaffigan (who’s making his Brisbane debut).

Local favourites will also be in the mix, including Wil Anderson, Dave Hughes, Joel Creasey, Matt Okine, Nazeem Hussain, Tom Gleeson, DeAnne Smith, Urzila Carlson, Fiona O’Loughlin, Cal Wilson and more.

With more than 70 comedians involved, there are plenty of opportunities to have a laugh in February and March.

Brisbane Comedy Festival runs from February 23 to March 25 at Brisbane Powerhouse, Brisbane City Hall and SunPAC.

Full Line-Up
Jim Gaffigan
Urzila Carlson
Stephen K Amos
Wil Anderson
Rich Hall
Matt Okine
Tom Gleeson
Fiona O’Loughlin
James Smith
Lawrence Mooney
Cal Wilson
Dave Hughes
Peter Helliar
Daniel Sloss
Celia Pacquola
Jeff Green
Neel Kolhatkar
Nick Cody
Joel Creasey
Mel Buttle
Sam Simmons
Nazeem Hussain
Pauly Fenech
Dave Thornton
Heath Franklin’s Chopper
Dilruk Jayasinha
Harley Breen
Gen Fricker
Des Bishop
Zoë Coombs Marr
The Naked Magicians
DeAnne Smith
David Smiedt
Tommy Little
Luke Heggie
Rama Nicholas
Damien Power
Cam Knight
Becky Lucas
Shayne Hunter
Guy Montgomery
Alex Ward
Angus Gordon
Demi Lardner
Sam Taunton
Danielle Walker
Matt Stewart
The Stevenson Experience
Jacques Barrett
Tom Walker
Sam Campbell
The Travelling Sisters
Simon Taylor
Angella Dravid and Melanie Bracewell
Cameron James
Tim Hewitt
Gillian Cosgriff
Rose Callaghan
Jude Perl
Joe Shaffer
Ivan Aristeguieta
Dusty Rich
Animated! An Improvised Musical Fairytale
Yada Yada Yada
Cool Story Bro
Convince Me!
Class Clowns
Live and Local
Queensland Theatresports
After Hours
Livespark, Knockoff

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