Meme Girls at the Malthouse Theatre

Meme Girls, the brainchild of Ash Flanders, Stephen Nicolazzo, and Marion Potts, is an all-singing sensational adventure through the best (and very worst) of the beauty that is the viral side of YouTube. I’ll admit to not grasping every reference, but…

Comedy Fest Review: Dave Warneke Dates the Entire Audience

This is a story about the never-ending love between Dave Warneke and Audrey. It is an unconventional love, what with ‘Audrey’ being ’50 odd people sitting in a single room’, but somehow, we’ll make it work. I’ve seen a lot…

Comedy Fest Review: Sinful Stories

Sinful Stories is exactly the kind of late-night variety show I was hoping to experience. With a different sin selected every night, comedic guests from throughout the festival are invited to contribute stories towards the devilish theme. On my particular night that…

Marlon Williams & The Yarra Benders: ‘Dark Child’ Tour

  Marlon Williams has the voice of an angel. A two-time New Zealand Music Award-winning singer songwriter, Rhythms Magazine called Marlon ‘the artist to watch’ in Australia for 2014. 2015 is full his current tour of New Zealand and Australia to promote…

Comedy Fest Review: Kate Dehnert

Kate Dehnert’s ‘Pony Yell‘ is a unique show powered by a very unique individual. Encompassing the loose tale of a reluctant postie and her somewhat faithful pony in a rich fantasyland, ‘Pony Yell’ is a wonderfully diabolical mash-up of bizarre…

Le Noir Dark Side Of Cirque: Melbourne Review

The sun was noticeably absent in the production of Le Noir. Touted as the ‘dark side of Cirque’ the show, juxtaposing the concepts of innocence, darkness and sexuality, definitely lives up to its name. The performance proceeds along a timeline of darkness…

Comedy Fest Review: Jazz Twemlow

Jazz Twemlow is an eloquent comedy powerhouse. His ‘current affair’ content experience (The Roast, ABC) shows through in his Comedy Fest show The Disgruntalist, with his knowledge of all things current turning into a rapid-fire stream of consciousness with punch lines…

Comedy Fest Review: Rose Callaghan and Mates

If you are looking for multi-bill shows to get a feel for the variety of comics performing at the Comedy Fest, I cannot recommend more strongly adding Rose Callaghan & Mates 2: Return of the Mates to your calendar. Rose is a powerhouse of…

Comedy Fest Review: 3 States of Comedy

If you are looking to fill up a night with a variety of comedy performances, then here is a show that makes the perfect starting point. 3 States of Comedy is a neat example of how multi-bill shows are a…

Stonnington Jazz Festival 2015 – The Plus Ones’ Guide

CLICK HERE TO WIN AN EXCLUSIVE JAZZ EXPERIENCE (worth $400) The City of Stonnington has convinced the superstars of Australia’s jazz elite to descend upon Prahran, South Yarra and Windsor for an eleven-day jazz extravaganza. The festival will run from 14-24 May 2015 and promises…