Comedy shows in Adelaide this Christmas

Comedy shows in Adelaide this Christmas

Best Comedy shows in Adelaide this Christmas

Among the comedy shows in Adelaide this Christmas are Black is the New White, A Christmas Carol, Mrs Warren’s profession, Murder at the Manor and many more  


The sold-out, smash hit romantic comedy seen by thousands of people around the country comes to Adelaide, bigger, better and blacker than ever. It is written by Nakkiah Lui and is directed by  Paige Rattray. 

Dates & Times: 13 November – 1 December 

Cost: $30-$84

Bookings: via BASS or 131 246

Venue: Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide Festival Centre


It is a hilarious new version of the beloved Dickens’ Christmas story  written by, adapted by Patrick Barlow and is directed by Megan Dansie.

Dates & Times: 20-23 November at 8 pm


Adults $22

Concession & Students $17

Group of 10 $15

Group of 20 $12

Venue: The ARTS Theatre, 53 Angas Street, Adelaide



Phone: 8212 5777


It’s the oldest profession in the world. But despite the passing of centuries, ladies of the night are still enough to give some people an attack of vapours. It is written by George Bernard Shaw and directed by Rob Croser. It was a touchy subject when George Bernard Shaw first penned his controversial play in 1894. It was banned for almost 30 years by the British censor for being “immoral and improper”.

Dates & Times

20 -23 November. On 20th it will be at 6.30 pm while on 21 & 22 it will be at 7.30 pm. On 23 November there will be two shows at 2 pm & 7.30 pm.

Cost: Adult $37.50,concession$32.50, Student$ 20 and Group of 10 $ 250


Venue: Goodwood Theatre 166a Goodwood Road, Goodwood 5034

Murder at the Manor

Murder is what happens when you take and old Australian homestead filled with grumbling relatives and add guests that have come for a Murder Mystery weekend. It is written by Kate Farrer and directed by Seve Farrer.

Dates & Times

Evenings 16, 22 & 23 November at 7.30 pm

Matinee 17 & 24 November at 2pm


Adults $25

Concession $20

Students $10

Venue: Mount Pleasant SM Hall, 61 Melrose St., Mount Pleasant.


Cabaret Seating, BYO Nibbles and drinks.


Tickets from

or phone 8568 2171

Aladdin – Pantomime

Join the hero Aladdin on his thrilling quest to outwit the evil magician Abanazer, marry the beautiful Princess Jasmine and earn his fortune; all with a bit of help from the legendary Genie of the Lamp! Giggle at Wishee Washee’s gags, marvel at Widow Twankey’s fabulous frocks and immerse yourself in a story of magic, love and adventure. Featuring toe-tapping numbers, dazzling effects and comedy by the lamp-load. It is written By: Joshua Dixon and directed by Damon Hill.

Dates & Times

22,  23, 29 and 30 November at 7.30 pm. In addition, there are 2:30 pm Matinee Performances on  23, 30 November and on 7th December.


Adults $15

Concession $13


Box Office: 8289 5266

At the Theatre between 10 am and 1 pm Tuesdays and Thursdays

Venue: Tea Tree Players Theatre, Gate One, Tilley Recreational Park (Corner of Yatala Vale and Hancock Roads), Surrey Downs

The Brothers Grimm Spectaculation

The fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm are turned on their heads in this fast-paced, rollicking ride as two narrators and several actors attempt to combine all 209 stories ranging from classics like Snow White, Cinderella, and Hansel and Gretel to more bizarre, obscure stories like The Devil’s Grandmother and The Girl Without Hands. It is a wild, free-form comedy with lots of audience participation and madcap fun and it is one of the comedy shows in Adelaide this Christmas. It is written By: Don Zolidis and directed by David Giles.

Dates & Times: 22-23 29-30 November at 8 pm.


Adults $18

Concession $15

Bookings: [email protected]

Venue: Trinity Hall, 23 William Road, Christies Beach

Mary’s Poppin

It is an LGBTQIA Bar since 2016 and you can enjoy 9 shows by the infamous Mary’s divas each night at 10 pm in the front bar while stars from Rupaul’s Drag race also perform at Marys Poppin. 

Swagger: Bootylicious

RnB and Hip Hop party

Date & Time: 22 November from 10 pm – 4 am 

Mary’s Poppin Official Picnic after party

Date & Time: 24 November from 7 pm to 1 am

Cost: $10

The Pretty Weird Tour

Two of the best queens from RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 11 are in a spectacular double feature. Yvie Oddly and Plastique Tiara will be teaming up to give you a show unlike any other, it’s gonna get PRETTY WEIRD. Starring Plastique Tiara & Yvie Oddly (Rupaul’s Drag Race Season 11)

Date & Time

Doors Open 8 pm

Meet & Greet 8.30 pm

Show Time 10 pm

More details terms and conditions can be found here

Web Link:

The White Party NYE

It is the New Years Eve White Party at Mary’s Poppin and the dress code is White and the shows are by The Mary’s Divas.

Date & Time: 31 December  at 10 pm

Cost: Early Bird Ticket


Address: No  5 Synagogue Pl, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia

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