A woman with brown hair and fair skin is lying in a shallow pool of water surrounded by yellow rubber ducks. She has a surprised/shocked expression on her face, she wears a white lace top.

Amy Hetherington: Don't Feed The Ducks

Comedy • Stand Up
Northern Territory • SA Premiere
Darwin comedian Amy Hetherington is planning to have kids. But she's just realised all the adults in her life don't know what they're doing - they're making it up as they go. And that's ducking terrifying. Don't Feed The Ducks is the new high-energy, oversharing show from the 2019 Adelaide Fringe Best Comedy act. Amy chats about fears, growing up in the 90s, the reasons dogs are better than people and why white wine is the greatest enabler.

A perfect show for date night, hanging with the girls squad or for those parents who finally got a baby-sitter and a free night!

She's a contagious mix of optimism and cheekiness and has a stack of stories from weird, sweaty Darwin.

★★★★★ "If all Territorians are this funny, we should all just head North now" The Advertiser, 2019

Presented by: Amy Hetherington

Reviews & Fringefeed Reacts

  • she’s still a 10 out of 10 for me. If all Territorians are this funny, we should all just head North now. - Lisa Woolford, Adelaide Advertiser

  • The young comedian comes across as effervescently likeable....and her smiling energy is beguiling and infectious from the minute she takes t - Ken Grady, Upside News

  • Hetherington encapsulates charm while sustaining high energy during the entire show. - Meika Bottrill, On The Record

  • Amy’s personality shines through from the very first moment. She is endearing, witty, captivating and a little bit saucy. - John Goodridge, The AU Review

  • One of the great joys of Fringe is seeing a comedian who you know, without a shadow of a doubt, is on the cusp of becoming a big deal. - Ian Bell, The Clothesline