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Abraham Lincoln And The Art Of Faking It
Absolute and Almost Beginners Comedy Course Showca
Adam Hills: Happy Feet Perrier nominee
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Adrian Sellers Can't Sleep - Clowns Will Eat Me
Air Freshener and Christmas Tree
Aisle 16: New Wave Beat Poetry
Alan Carr: Me 'ead's Spinnin'
Alan Francis: Clobbered
Alan Shitface: I Am Virus
Alex, Lawry and Richard's Friendly Inn Of Comedy
Alistair Barrie: Uncertainty Principle
Amused Moose Comedy's Hot Starlets
Andre Vincent Is Unwell
Andrew Clover's Birthday Party
Andy Zaltzman Unveils The 2002 Catapult Of Truth
Anorak Of Fire
Around The World In A Bad Mood: Confessions Of A F
Art Of Schmoozing
Auld Reekie's Oxters
Aunty And Me
Adam Hills: Happy Feet Perrier nominee
The 2001 Perrier award nominee returns with an all-new show. Sundays with BSL sign interpreter.
You've gotta love Adam Hills.
Supremely friendly and infectiously enthusiastic, he gets audience on his side within seconds - with even the most reticent of viewers willingly swept along with the tide of good humour emanating from the stage.
It's a symbiotic relationship, too. Such a perfectly-primed audience naturally wants to contribute, and their open answers provide Hills with plenty of raw material from which to weave his comedy.
And he maximises that potential, his quick mind always coming up with the right gag for the occasion, thanks to his brilliant ability to think on his feet. Or rather, foot.
For Hills is a monoped, with an artificial right foot. It's not something he has really talked about on stage before, as he says it hasn't affected his life - and that means he does so with a light, matter-of-fact manner.
This is not a tale of struggle against his disability (though Hills prefers the more exciting term 'mutant'), but rather an excellent excuse for some fantastically funny anecdotes - and a catalogue of foot-related puns, naturally.
It's a topic that could be tackled mawkishly or tastelessly, but Hills's gift is that he can talk about anything and keep it upbeat.
In another fabulous segment of this show, he talks about the real fear following the September 11 terrorist attacks. Yet he still manages to be flippant and light-hearted, without any question of causing offence.
Such an easy manner belies some clever thinking. Though chatty, the show is cleverly structured, flowing effortlessly and often calling back on previous gags (even previous shows) for fresh punchlines.
An Adam Hills performance is always a joyous occasion, but this is his finest show yet. Sheer brilliance from start to finish.
My god, the man is a comic genius! I won't ever stop laughing when i think about it.
Another blinding show. typical Aussie, laid-ack and friendly. A pleasure
Abysmal. The worst stand-up I've ever seen. A lot of bloke-ish, I'm-your-mate style patter can't disguise a woeful lack of effort and imagination. His political material is not only tame but also inaccurate (it's still actually illegal to be an open homosexual in the US military, Adam.) Add to this some lame-arsed nonsense about Steve Irwin, croc-hunter and you have the blandest, falvourless pap on the fringe. All defences of his act basically amount to saying how chummy he is. Such a lack of risk will not suffice.
He is certainly the best comedian of the all festival
Full of positivity and charm, an absolutely 100 per cent funny performer who's only ever working towards making the audience happy- surely that's what it's all about.
He is fantastic. He was by far the funniest person that I saw at Edinburgh Festival. What a nice guy! His attempt at Georgie Best's accent on the Greg Proops radio show was just great. However, anytime he wants a brush-up lesson on how do the Northern Irish accent, I am ready and willing.
Do we have to wait another year to get talent this good? Haste ye back
Give this man a Perrier, quick. Everyone else go home.
He stumps women!
Adam Hills: Go You Big Red Fire Engine 2: Judgemen
Stand Up For Freedom
Adam Hills: Cut Loose
Nokia Orange Best of the Fest 2003
Tartan Ribbon Comedy Benefit
Adam Hills: Go You Big Red Fire Engine
Adam Hills: Joymonger
Comedy Gala 2007
Die On Your Feet
Late Nite Down Under 2007
Adam, Jason & Friends
Late Nite Down Under 2008
Adam Hills: Inflatable
Adam, Jason & Friends 
A Night of Comedy for Ray - Hosted by Michael McIntyre
Adam Hills: Mess Around
Adam Hills: Mess Around 
Mark Watson's Edinborolympics
Adam Hills: Happyism
Comedy Gala In Aid Of Waverley Care 2013