Arts
Independent Theatre
Theatre
2 months ago
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Return Fire Productions, are pleased to announce their new comedy, Mono!
Arts
Comedy
Musicals
4 months ago
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Friends! The Musical Parody today announced the stellar cast who will be playing these much-loved and iconic roles.
Review
2 years ago
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Sorry to Bother You is the debut feature film of artist/musician/writer/activist Boots Riley which manages to bridge a great many genres and sub-genres including comedy, satire, sci-fi, horror and (what the hey) political thriller. I should preface this review by assuring you that I will not be discussing this film’s spoilers for two reasons: the...
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3 years ago
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Maybe you’re a fan of podcasts seeking something a bit more polished. Maybe you love Netflix stand up specials but don’t have that much time to spend in front of the TV. Maybe you’re the kind of person who wants to listen to their favourite comedian’s best material on repeat. No matter who you are,...
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3 years ago
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The Big HOO-HAA! are turning 8! Since 2010 this rambunctious bunch of hearts and bones have been improvising their way across stages, through festivals, and into the hearts of Melbourne comedy audiences. To celebrate, they’re throwing a 1980s themed show, where the laughs are sure to be as big as the shoulder pads. We caught...
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3 years ago
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Comedians Caitlin Yolland and Rob Lloyd have two shared loves: Harry Potter, and comedy*. From these two passions comes A Brief History of Magic, performed by the duo, now to be known as Wizard Actors. Both Yolland and Lloyd have ample experience with combining Potter and comedy too – they co-starred in Completely Improvised Potter....
Review
3 years ago
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Ryan Coffey isn’t your average musical comedian. There are no cutesy acoustic guitars or twee renditions of modern pop songs with altered lyrics. Instead, Ryan Coffey On Keys is a slick fifty minutes of catchy tunes and jokes that fly faster than the tempo. Coffey’s musical style is layered with a healthy gulp of blues...
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3 years ago
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Foreign acts are something that should draw more attention from the Melbourne International Comedy Festival goers – it is in the name after all. And those foreigners who do gain more attention come from the usual places – the UK, the US, or other Anglosphere countries. This is a shame, because they can bring interesting...
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3 years ago
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Outrageous queer comedy troupe PO PO MO CO are back at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival with Nosfer-ARSE-tu, an adult pantomime featuring an arse puppet as a vampire. The press releases have really chosen the best description of this show possible: it is an adult pantomime, replete with ‘she’s behind you!’s’ and very gaudy jokes....
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3 years ago
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Do you like wine? Do you like charming, cheeky comedy? Then chances are you will also like Rose Callaghan’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival show No Way Rosé. No Way Rosé is the third of Callaghan’s puntastic titles, after Will You Accept This Rose and Rose Before Hoes. Like her previous shows, the title is pretty...