Dom Romeo chats about his show “Stand Up Sit Down : Comics in Conversation”, the show kicks off tonight at Hairy Little Sista in Little Collins St, right around the corner from the Melbourne Town Hall.
Here’s our tips for Australian comedians to see at this years Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
The full length “Ferris Bueller Returns” sees Matthew Broderick as himself, skipping out on a day of acting work and living it up in his fairly lameballs cars. Sure, it cements Broderick’s daggy nature – but with The Hangover’s Todd Phillips behind the camera you can rest assured that this is a pretty fun and fresh twist to the ’80s classic.
Awesome 80s Hollywood Actors With Shitty Singing Careers (Eddie Murphy, Bruce Willis, Steven Seagal)
Everyone’s done it, when you’ve reached the top of your game – money gets thrown your way and the yes men surrounding you go “What Do You Want To Do Next?”. Of course, the answer is always “Rock Star”.
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.
Chris Lilley’s Angry Boys has been delayed for months now, but we’ve finally got our first look.
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.
For the three other people who have no clue what sort of Charlie Sheen events have transpired this week, prepare to start “Winning”. You’ll have the Tigerblood coursing through your veins by the time this articles’ done!
Friday Night Dinner looks like another winner for the UK’s Channel 4, as it follows the Goodman family whose Friday Night Dinner’s are just like Sunday lunch : just take two days away, add an extra course and you’ve pretty much got it.
He rarely sits down to speak – so this recent Masterclass episode (airing on Oprah’s OWN) is a must watch for any comedy nerd. For most of you, this will waste 45 minutes of your life… for comedy nerds, the next 45 minutes delivers just a few more clues in the quest to understand and unlock the mysteries of comedy.
Living in Melbourne, I’ve seen a great trend of snobbery in circles in which, speaking generally, you have to fulfil a certain quota of devotedness before you dare classify yourself as a ‘fan’.
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