There are few new voices on the Australian comedy scene as distinctive and exciting as Lewis Garnham.
Since representing his home state of South Australia at the 2016 RAW Comedy National Final, Lewis has been captivating audiences around the country with a style that is a potent combination of laconic, intelligent and introspective.
In 2017 Lewis was nominated for Best Emerging Artist at the Adelaide Fringe for his show “The World I Live In”. He followed it up in 2018 with his breakout show “The Smartest Idiot You’ll Ever Meet”, which was nominated for Best Comedy at Perth Fringe World and the prestigious Best Newcomer Award at the Melbourne Comedy Festival.
Lewis returned in 2019 with “You Can’t Always Get What You Want”, a hilarious, ambitious and self-assured hour that regularly played to sold out houses. He followed this up with his brand new show “The Worst Train I’ve Ever Built” which premiered at the 2020 Adelaide Fringe.
As well as seeing him on stage, you may have heard Lewis on radio around the country. He has regularly appeared on stations such as Triple J, Triple M, and 2GO Central Coast. Most notably, he performed stand up as part of Triple J’s “Good Az Friday” show at the Melbourne Town Hall, where he smashed a comedy spot that has racked up over 100,000 views on Triple J’s Facebook page.
Recently, Lewis has become interested in birdwatching and wishes to become Australia’s least pretentious and obsessive twitcher.
2020 The Worst Train I’ve Ever Built – Solo Show
2019 You Can’t Always Get What You Want – Solo Show
Perth Fringe World, Adelaide Fringe, Melbourne International Comedy Festival
2018 – The Smartest Idiot You’ll Ever Meet – Solo Show
Perth Fringe, Adelaide Fringe, Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Darwin Fringe
2017 – The World I Live In – Solo Show
2016 -What’s Golden – Solo Show
2018-19 – 2GO Central Coast: 2GO Breakfast (Fill In Co-Host)
2017-19 – Triple J: Regular segment guest
2016-17 – Triple M: Adelaide The Gist (Co-Host)
2016 – SBS TV: RAW Comedy National Final (Comedy Spot)
2018: Nominated – Best Newcomer, Melbourne International Comedy Festival
2018: Nominated – Best Comedy, Perth Fringe World
2017: Nominated – Best Emerging Artist, Adelaide Fringe
2016: National Finalist – RAW Comedy, Melbourne International Comedy Festival
2016: Commendation Award, Adelaide Fringe
2015: Winner – Adelaide Comedy Rising Star Award