If you haven’t got your comedy fix just yet, then why not check out these excellent MICF Daily interviews with Jimmy James Eaton, Xavier Michelides, John Robertson, Alasdair Tremblay Birchall, Nick Cody, Dingo & Wolf and Chris Dewberry.
Mike speaks with Brisbane based comic Henry Stone about making videos for the web, performing stand-up, and XXX.
On today’s show, Mike speaks with John ‘Cambo’ Campbell about his show John Campbell is a Serious Man, which kicks off tonight at the Order of Melbourne. For tickets and times, visit the Comedy Festival website.
There’s few men in this world that can drop the F-Bomb five times in one sentence and not offend any one – one of these men is Mr. Jason Mewes, better known as Jay from the loveable stoner duo Jay and Silent Bob.
WATCH OUT FOR | MOVIES’ Sean Lynch caught up with Working Dog guru Rob Sitch and Hollowmen star Lachy Hulme to talk about all things comedy.
Melbourne fringe festival is a melting pot of performances; this week alone I’ve seen everything from a show about cross dressing mermaids, to cannibals, to Lithuania dancing to stand up comedy. And being involved with the Fringe is more exhilarating then jumping naked into the Arctic Ocean.
Lou Sanz returns from touring the USA to perform her latest show, “Not Suitable For Children” – a selection of children’s stories not at all suitable for children, for this year’s Melbourne Fringe Festival.
WATCH OUT FOR | COMEDY’s Sean Lynch caught up with Dr Who nerd Lloyd as he prepares to embark on his most dangerous adventure of all… The Melbourne Fringe Festival.
As Edmonds mentions the podcast (‘The Downlow’, check it out) she does with fellow local comics Kate McLellan and Geraldine Hickey, the subject of female comedians (my housemate tells me that ‘comedienne’ is offensive so I have since cut it from my lexicon) comes up and Edmonds takes her usual affirmative turn on the issue.
Although the show is billed as Amelia Jane Hunter, it is her alter ego Endora you will be meeting should you head down to her latest Melbourne International Comedy Festival show.
Melbourne-via-Brisvegas comic Bart Freebairn could be set to topple Josh Thomas off the ‘totes adorable’ pedestal in local comedy. His warm and friendly storytelling style of stand-up is winning the man all sorts of fans and love as he undertakes another Melbourne International Comedy Festival show, Tears and Treasure.
Nath Valvo has come a long, long way, baby; from being “the fat one” in Melbourne comedy trio The Shambles to being…”the gay one” in The Shambles.