Come join us for a night of laughs

To celebrate International Women’s Day 2020, YWCA Australia are hosting a national Comedy Showcase, presenting some of Australia’s leading young women comedians. We’ll be visiting Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney – so get your tickets now!

We’ve got a great group of young, inspiring women comedians ready to make you laugh your Ruth Bader Ginsburg socks off!

Who are our comedy superstars?


Date: Monday 9 March

Time: 7pm

Location: Sparkke at the Whitmore, 317 Morphett St, Adelaide SA 5000

Elizabeth Davie, Super Woman Money Program

Elizabeth’s solo show Super Woman Money Program explores superannuation and gendered financial inequality and won the 2018 FRINGE WORLD Festival Best Comedy Award.


Date: Monday 2 March

Time: 7pm

Location: The Regatta Hotel, 543 Coronation Drive, Toowong QLD 4066

Lauren Bonner, Heartbreaker

Lauren is a Sydney-based comedian, writer, performer and Triple J’s voice on the street, and is emerging as one of the most exciting new artists on the Australian comedy scene. In her festival debut, Bonner tracked her evolution from a self-conscious teen into to an ice cold Heartbreaker with plenty of jokes along the way.


Date: Tuesday 10 March

Time: 7pm

Location: The Hare Hole, 63 Johnston Street, Fitzroy VIC 3065

Aurelia St Clair, Woke

Aurelia is biracial, bisexual and bilingual, but above all she is woke af. Her deadpan delivery and dark sense of humour will snatch your wig, lay your edges and make you laugh. St Clair ‘s material covers race, religion, sex, the price of avocados and other things that will make Liberal voters nervous.


Date: Monday 9 March

Time: 7pm

Location: The Freedom Hub, 283 Young Street, Waterloo NSW 2017

Lily Starr, An Hour with Lily

Lily’s performance will give you KD Lang riding a unicorn into a Women’s AFL game realness. She discusses love and life, providing insight into the intricate relationship between a grown woman and YouTube compilations of lesbian love stories.

YWCA Australia wishes to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the lands on which we work, live and play and pay our respects to Elders past and present. We recognise First Nations people as the custodians of the lands, seas and skies, with more than 60,000 years of wisdom, connection and relationship in caring for Country.

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