Truely less words is more here, Just get down to watch Fiona in the incredible Happy Endings, It will be astonishing.

‘Radioactively funny. 5/5’
‘O’Loughlin has a gorgeous stage presence… a fearless, funny, extremely appealing show.’ – The Age, Melbourne

Fiona O’Loughlin is the funniest working mother in Australia today with a decade of award winning sell-out shows and a heap of work as a columnist, presenter, social commentator and television personality behind her. Although she’s based in Alice Springs, she’s performed in comedy festivals around the world, including Edinburgh Fringe, Montreal’s invitation-only Just For Laughs festival and the UK’s oldest, The Leicester Comedy Festival. She’s headlined prestigious venues like LA’s world-renowned Improv Comedy Club and played repeat seasons in Hong Kong.

Fiona’s television appearances are extensive. She’s served as a social commentator on Sunrise and a panellist on Good News Week, The Panel and Spicks and Specks as well as appearing on Comedy Festival Galas and the international star-studded The World Stands Up, shot in London for broadcast around the world. In her comedy, she may trade on being a somewhat neglectful wife and mum, but in 1993 Fiona saw to it that more and more families got a decent feed: the series of Heinz television commercials she wrote and starred contributed to extraordinary growth in sales for those products!

In more recent years, Fiona’s overcome a well-documented ‘battle with the bottle’ by bravely facing her problems and overcoming them. As the brilliant comedian that she is, this has all become ‘material’ in her shows, the serious moments making the funny ones even funnier. And since having faced the issue and embraced sobriety, Fiona’s brilliant comedy has gotten even better. There’s no debating the issue: Fiona O’Loughlin is a world-class comedian at the height of her powers.

‘Fiona was sensational at our lunch – there wasn’t a dry eye in the place, from excessive laughter!’
Kerrie Callaghan, The Australian Lung Foundation

‘Don’t Miss her!’
Sunday Mail, Adelaide

‘Fresh hilarity… extremely infections.’
The List, Edinburgh

‘My stomach muscles are still aching… this woman is really, really, really funny.’
Sunday Age, Melbourne

‘Fiona’s stand-up is well-crafted and a series of sketches add substance to the show. A killer Celine Dion impersonation, musical comedy and funny anecdotes of outback family life, and you have a well-round, enjoyable hour of comedy.’
The Stage, London

With Steve Philp is the MC of The world’s biggest short film festival 8 years running – Tropfest. Finalist for Time Out comedian of the year in 2011. He features on the NRL footy show weekly, works on set for Australia’s got talent, Ready Steady Cook, and Top gear Australia. He also hosts ‘The footy show final’ at the opera house stairs with 5000 people and countless NRL events including grand finals. If you come to watch comedy for 1 reason, come to watch this man impersonate a Raptor!

Jeremy Keast has been doing standup comedy since 2004, from Sydney to Perth everywhere in between and New York City too. His style of comedy involves singing a few songs on guitar, general observations and a bit of cheeky wrongness. He starred in the 8 part comedic drama series, “I Rock” the first series made for the ABC digital channel ABC2