Adam Hills (born 10 July 1970) is an Australian comedian and television presenter. He has appeared on Australian and British television and is best known for his role hosting the Australian ABC music trivia show Spicks and Specks. He has been nominated for a Perrier Comedy Award and Gold Logie Award.
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Adam Hills (born 10 July 1970) is an Australian comedian and television presenter. He has appeared on Australian and British television and is best known for his role hosting the Australian ABC music trivia show Spicks and Specks. He has been nominated for a Perrier Comedy Award and Gold Logie Award. He began performing as a stand-up comedian in 19... Read more
Was an absolutely fab evening.
Would highly recommend seeing him to anyone.
Laughed so much I got tummy ache and a sore jaw.
One truly fab gentleman and performance.
London - Hammersmith Apollo
The best stand-up show - ever! from Simon Pophale, 04/10/13
I took my girlfriend to see Adam Hills live. We are both huge fans of The Last Leg and were fortunate enough to see Josh Widdecombe live in Edinburgh this year.
There appeared to be a slight mishap with the advertising of the start time as it was supposed to be 7.30, but was advertised at 8.30. We turned up at the original time and at 7.45, Adam himself came out to apologise for the delay - which was good of him, a lot of comics would not have done this.
Adding to this, at 8.00 he had kindly asked Josh Widdecombe to help bridge the time gap and we were treated to a bonus 20 minutes extra stand up. This was fantastic and just goes to show how much these guys value thier audience. Adding to this, Alex Brooker (the third part of the Last Leg) was in the crowd and with some hilarious back and forth between him and Adam, led to him being mobbed at the interval. He took it all in good grace, such a nice chap!
The show itself was great. Adam works the crowd just like he is the archetypal Aussie running a pub back home - he knew a load of people in the crowd and constantly referred to them throughout. Add to this, topical and satirical one-liners - led to 90 minutes of outstanding entertainment which left you feeling that for the ticket, we got an absolute bargain.
In addition, this was the recording for the DVD - so for anyone who missed this show - go out and buy it - as it is possibly the best 90 minutes of comedy, by anyone, this year.
Would I see Adam Hills again? You betcha! He was brilliant and thanks for all the bonuses on the night!
London - Hammersmith Apollo
Brilliant stand up; shame about the organisation from Orly, 02/10/13
Due to refurbishment of the Hammersmith Apollo, our seats were reallocated; this was not a problem. An administrative error meant that the replacement tickets had a different start time than our original tickets, which caused a lot of confusion among the audience.
The evening was great fun. To fill the gap caused by the ticket confusion, we had 20 minutes of Josh Widdicome which was a lovely surprise. Adam Hills delayed starting his gig to make sure that everybody had arrived.
Adam Hills rapport with the audience was obvious. The chatting with the audience added a nice touch. The sign language interpreter was brilliant for the deaf members of the audience, as well as adding comedy for the hearing members of the audience.
As expected, the comedy was feel good and silly. More repeated material than I was expecting, but enough new to keep me laughing. Would certainly go back to an Adam Hills gig again, preferably wearing Muppet socks.
The only thing that I wasnt happy with was the lack of apology or explanation from Eventim as to why the admin error happened. I did email Eventim to ask; at the time of submitting this review, I have not had a response.