Good Chat Comedy presents Lizzy Hoo in Brisbane, Feb 18, 2021
After a year of border closures, the people of Queensland are letting Sydney scum like Lizzy Hoo back into her hometown of Brisbane.
Tickets available here.
Adelaide Fringe Festival! March 1–6, 2021
Funniest pit stop of the Fringe! Start your engines Adelaide and join four of the very best for a night of huge laughs and good times this Fringe. Featuring certified comedy legends Denise Scott, Cal Wilson, Nikki Britton and Lizzy Hoo.
Melbourne International Comedy Festival! March 25 to April 18, 2021
Hoo Dis? It’s me! Lizzy Hoo. Weird kooky times amirite? Bushfires and pandemic woah. Lol 2020. Everyone hates each other too.
Should I say anything or just stay quiet? Do you think we’re doing too much or not enough? Oh, I forgot to tell you, I got a dog! Cute. He’s a rescue. Have you tried that new restaurant near you? It’s so good. Yum! Love it. Okay byeeeee. The world seems a little weird but I think we’re going to be okay.
Hoo am i?
Hailing from Brisbane, based in Sydney and made from local and imported ingredients, Lizzy Hoo is a regular on the Sydney comedy circuit.
She has been featured on Channel 10, the ABC, FBI Radio and regularly writes for SBS Voices.
Lizzy made the NSW Raw Comedy State Finals in 2017 and a year later was invited to perform at Just For Laughs Sydney at the Opera House, which was later aired on Foxtel’s Comedy Central and Channel 10.
In 2019, she performed her first solo show Hoo am I? What’s my name? to sold out audiences at Melbourne International Comedy Festival and Sydney Comedy Festival.
In a short time, she has shared the stage with international and local comedy legends including Gretel Killeen, Rove, Matt Okine, Jackie Loeb, Rhys Nicholson, Nazeem Hussain and Tommy Little.
"Impressive since day one and keeps going from strength to strength."
Matt Okine, comedian, actor, creator of The Other Guy and legend.