First night of the 2012 Melbourne International Comedy Festival kicked off, and braving an unusual level of humidity WOF COMEDY ventured out to see Triple J star Tom Ballard and The Circle’s own net nerd Andrew McClelland.
It’s nearly the end of the melbourne comedy festival we review Sammy J and Randy and Nath Valvo
The festival is nearly over – but you still have a chance to see the excellent comedy stylings of Nick Cody, Paul F Tompkins and Charles Barrington
The interactive show show follows Leung from becoming inspired by photos of his young, dashing father to contacting other “Rocketmen” (believe you me, it’s a more populated market than you think) and eventually realising his dream… sort of.
More reviews from the 2011 melbourne comedy festival, this time we look at Telia Nevile, The Bad Boys of Music Theatre
More reviews from the 2011 Melbourne Comedy Festival, including the weird Dr Brown, the silly Luke & Wyatt and the amazing American line up at Festival Club
The Stevenson Experience, in their debut show Mission Twinpossible, is clearly new to the comedy world. In this day and age of fierce one-upmanship and comedic competition, one can sense a newcomer quite easily.
It’s comedy festival time – what do you see? We check out the latest shows from Michael Chamberlin, Geraldine Hickey, Tom Ballard
Why isn’t Dave Callan ridiculously famous? I know he’s one of the country’s most-loved comics, but he really should be on TV or something. He could replace Charlie Pickering on Your Gen.
As mentioned in our Late O’Clock with Rob Hunter review, red-haired fire cracker Luke McGregor has zoomed to the top of my “Must See” comedians list this year.
We check out shows from Sanderson Jones, Rich Hall, Late O’Clock with Rob Hunter which are currently playing at the Melbourne Comedy Festival
You end up leaving the show having not only learned a little something about your subconscious and Freudian theory via an hour of hilarity, but you walk out of there feeling warm, contented, practically hugged.