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.
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.
In a rare glimpse inside the sordid world of TV, Sean Lynch gives readers a blow by blow account of the events that transpire while filming a Cooking Television show for the masses.
Ever since Tom Ballard played the role of Blitzen in a local amateur production of Rock’n'Roll Santa back in 1997 in his home town of Warrnambool, his comedy career has been on a steady decline….
Like Salvador Dali, Max Ernst and André Breton before him, Sydney comic Shane Matheson is what I could call a surrealist; though, instead of dripping clocks and hellish orgies, Shane delivers his surrealism in his stand-up comedy.
Audrey Gordon (author of Audrey Gordon’s Tuscan Summer) is in fact the latest comic creation from Working Dog – the team behind best selling books Molvania and The Warwick Todd Diaries, the TV series Thank God You’re Here and The Late Show and legendary Australian films like The Castle and The Dish and Any Questions For Ben
Shaun Micallef is one of Australia’s most loved and respected comedy talents – two traits that don’t always seems to go hand in hand – yet thanks to his likeable nature and truly unique comic mind, he somehow manages to juggle both.
WATCH OUT FOR | COMEDY chats with the comedy star as he returns to Melbourne’s shores to launch his latest live show for the 2010 Melbourne Fringe Festival, it’s a tale of a man who had two secrets: he was in love with a girl and desperately wanted to be a stand-up comedian.
WATCH OUT FOR | COMEDY chats with comedian and musical indie legend The Bedroom Philosopher…
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