Lou Wall

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Lou Wall

Lou Wall is a multi-award-winning comedian, composer and content creator.

Over the past 4 years, Lou’s shows have been recognised for their genre-bending, politically savvy comedy, and garnered critical acclaim. In 2020, Lou’s film Lousical the Musical swept the Green Room Awards winning Best Production, Best Writing and Outstanding Online Achievement in Cabaret. Their previous works include the black comedy cabaret A Dingo Ate My Baby (Malthouse Theatre, MICF), It’s Not Me, It’s Lou (Melbourne Fringe) and Lou Wall’s Drag Race (Griffin Theatre, Melbourne Fringe). On television, Lou has featured in ABC America’s Reef Break and ABC Australia’s FISK.

In 2021, Lou’s solo show That One Time I Joined The Illuminati was nominated for three Green Room awards and took out two artist development awards at Melbourne Fringe. In 2022, Lou wrote and released their debut comedy album, Bleep Bloop which was nominated for Best Original Score at the 2022 Green Room Awards.

In 2023 Lou worked as a writer and presenter on ABC TV’s brand-new show WTFAQ. They also toured their Moosehead Awarded solo show; Lou Wall vs. The Internet which saw Lou make their smashing international debut at Edinburgh Fringe Festival later that year.

Later this year, Lou’s collaboration with Jean Tong and James Gales, Flat Earthers: The Musical will be presented by Hayes and Griffin Theatre Companies. In the meantime, Lou is back on stage with their brand-new show, The Bisexual’s Lament – an hour of deranged PowerPoints, gay (derogatory) musical comedy and mentally ill hot takes that was nominated for Most Outstanding Show at the Melbourne Comedy Festival.

‘The voice of a generation.’ Chortle (UK)
‘Sublime comedy… believe the hype.’ The Age
‘Comic timing that splits seconds.’ Time Out


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