Busselton comedian Brodi Snook to perform at Perth Fringe Festival 2022

Pip Waller
Updated February 8 2022 - 3:28pm, first published January 28 2022 - 10:00am
'Pandemic-induced' comedy: Brodi Snook said her upcoming show at Perth Fringe was about her sudden return home to Australia from the UK in early 2020. Picture: B & G Photography
'Pandemic-induced' comedy: Brodi Snook said her upcoming show at Perth Fringe was about her sudden return home to Australia from the UK in early 2020. Picture: B & G Photography

IT'S no joke that comedy is one of the hardest genres to master - either when written, or performed.

Pip Waller

Pip Waller

Journalist

After working in film and television production in Perth, I returned to my hometown of Bunbury to further my skill set as a journalist. I am passionate about the empowerment of women and giving a voice to the unheard members of our community. You can contact me at pip.waller@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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