Kirsty Webeck is a Melbourne-based stand up comedian who is taking Australia by storm.
In less than five years, she has gone from doing a five minute set at the end of a comedy workshop, to being one of the most in demand headlining comedians in the country.
In 2015, she had her debut at Melbourne International Comedy Festival with a twelve show run of 'Hoping For The Best.' The show was a huge success and was met with critical acclaim.
In 2016, she debuted 'Annual Man Pash' at Adelaide Fringe Festival to delighted crowds and she brought it to the Melbourne International Comedy Festival where she enjoyed a sold out run of shows.
Also in 2016, she performed at The Lesbian Comedy Gala as part of Midsumma Festival, hosted The GLORIAs at NSW Parliament House, was awarded the Kings Of Comedy Comedian of The Year, performed at Earthcore Festival and Rainbow Serpent Festival and toured several shows successfully.
She's winning hearts around Australia with her polite humour, gift for storytelling and her capacity to have everyone walk out of her shows feeling great.
'By the end of the show, Kirsty fast feels like a new friend. She’s the kind of friend whose stories light up your day and whose stories you’ll recount to anyone who’ll listen. Don’t miss this refreshing face in Melbourne’s comedy scene.' - www.samesame.com.au
So far in 2017, she has performed her solo show 'Good One' at Melbourne International Comedy Festival, performed at Adelaide Fringe, hosted The GLORIAs at NSW Parliament House, been on the street team for JOY 94.9's Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras coverage, performed at Mardi Gras, been a panelist on Women Of Letters, been a guest on numerous podcasts, headlined a sold out show for South Tribe as part of River Of Art Festival in Batemans Bay, performed at The Australia Says YES Comedy Gala, spoken at the marriage equality rally in Melbourne, toured through The NT, hosted CBR Fair Day for The AIDs Action Council in Canberra, appeared at Queer Stories in Sydney, performed in comedy rooms and at events all over the country, and toured her solo show across the country.
Kirsty is currently working on her new show and performing at events, here, there and everywhere.
Additionally, she is a very active LGBTIQ equal rights activist and keynote speaker and has recently launched a Patreon as a means of garnering support for the pro bono work she does for LGBTIQ communities. You can sign up as a patron for as little as $2 per month here.
You can also contact her at email@example.com with any booking enquiries.