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Comedy Queen Amy Hetherington returns to Adelaide Fringe!

February 19 – March 6

Darwin’s Comedy Queen AMY HETHERINGTON returns to the spotlight in 2021 for a run of 12 nights at the Adelaide Fringe Festival!

Her new show, Don’t Feed The Ducks, is the latest batch of classic Amy Hetherington material, inspired by moving to new chapters in life, potential parenting and trying to get there! It’s a show that is bound to have audiences in stitches, and will hit Adelaide for Festival season 2021.

Explaining what her new show is inspired by, Amy says

‘Don’t Feed The Ducks’ is “about fears, about being an adult, about moving to new chapters in life and also it’s about how white wine enables me to be a monster and why I like my dog more than my husband. My husband and I are trying to make a baby – lots of schedule sex and a lot less romance these days. Don’t Feed The Ducks is about that process and also about how “ducking terrifying” it is to realise that every parent you meet is making it up as they go.

Amy Hetherington

Sold out shows and supporting comedy greats

Hetherington’s rise over the last few years has not only seen the comedian become one of the most in demand names in the NT, but she has also been winning large crowds supporting the likes of Fiona O’Loughlin, Glenn Robbins, Jimoen, Greg Fleet and Steve-O (MTV’s Jackass).

Amy’s new show ‘Don’t Feed The Ducks’, is coming hot off the back of sold out runs in Darwin, and acclaimed shows at the Darwin Festival, Adelaide Fringe Festival, Perth’s Fringe World, Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

Amy recently supported Australian Comedy royalty: Rove McManus, Akmal Saleh, Peter Helliar, Denise Scott and Tripod at the Top End Comedy Spectacular in Darwin.

“I love comedy. It feels like an absolute privilege to have people sit and listen to my stories and it’s one of the most exciting things to make people laugh. I love how every show is different and audiences react to different things depending on the delivery or the vibe or their senses of humour. It means seeing live comedy is always a unique experience and I really think that’s something people are looking for these days.” Amy Hetherington



When: Friday, February 19 – Saturday March 6
Where: Rhino Room Adelaide

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