Kirsty is winning hearts everywhere with her upbeat and relatable brand of comedy that is often described as playful, light-hearted and fun. A gifted storyteller, she has a natural ability for turning the mundane into the hilarious and has quickly become one of the most popular Australian comedians in the industry.
Kirsty entered the comedy circuit in 2013 in an unconventional way. After doing a five minute set at the end of a comedy workshop she launched straight into writing and performing a full length show. Employing her public relations background she sold over 100 tickets in her hometown, Canberra.
No stranger to hard work, Kirsty, used this show as a launching pad to build a professional standup career from the ground up over the next few years.
Her career has grown exponentially over the last few years. She's a regular guest on ABC radio and in 2018, she was the featured comedian on an episode of The ABC's "Tonightly With Tom Ballard." In 2019, she toured regional WA with the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow, and opened for Joel Creasey at sold out shows at the Enmore Theatre in Sydney and The Astor Theatre in Perth. In 2020 she was seen MCing the comedy stage at Falls Festival Byron Bay, opening for Tom Gleeson at Bunbury Fringe, on Channel 10's 'How To Stay Married' and all over Zoom during self-isolation.
This year she has just wrapped up a huge season at Melbourne International Comedy Festival with her brand new show 'Chuck A Sickie' and appeared on the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Opening Night Comedy Allstars Supershow, The Upfront Gala, Audible's Comedy Up Late and the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow.
‘Webeck is a perfect choice. You would need a heart of concrete not to be won over by her sunny affability, which pours out of her at the same rate as her one-liners, both on and off the stage.’
The Age, 2021
'Incredibly funny, incredibly smart, and most of all, incredibly, incredibly good at what she does. The good gear.'
‘Not long ago I would’ve said that Kirsty was an up and coming comedian to watch, but she’s no longer up and coming. She’s there.’
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