Tag: comedy

Erotic Fan Fiction with The Wheeler Centre at The Toff in Town

Here are words you might never have said on a Monday night: Erotic Fan Fiction. Yes, this is an actual event that happens in Melbourne, and on a blustery winter’s eve it was filled to capacity with Melburnians eager to hear sordid, tawdry…

Impro Melbourne’s new show Maestro

I am going to add a new affliction to the medical journals: ‘Face-ache – a condition caused when an individual laughs and smiles for such an extended period of time that their face aches.’ I got face-ache at Sunday night’s…

Comedy Festival: A Dinner To Die For

Last Saturday, December 1928, Lord Quiten Daventry hosted his annual party bash. Not knowing him in person, I had a business proposition to make – that he sell his manor house so I, the baron Gerhaard Haase, Swedish property tycoon,…

Comedy Festival: 30th Birthday Tour & Panel Discussion

The 30th Birthday activities are well hidden in the programme. I only found out in time for last weekend’s serve! Each Sunday afternoon, Rod Quantock gives a tour of the 30th anniversary exhibition, followed by a live panel discussion hosted by Cal Wilson….

Comedy Festival: Tom Gleeson – Great

Going to Tom Gleeson at the comedy festival is becoming a bit of a tradition for me, in fact Tom had the honour of taking my comedic virginity at last year’s festival. Last year I saw him in a back…

Comedy Festival: Corey White – The Cane Toad Effect

Corey White is an engrossing storyteller and comedian, and if you’re looking for a commanding powerful show, filled with honest engaging admissions and heartfelt conclusions, then ‘The Cane Toad Effect’ is a show that needs to be seen before it…

Comedy Festival: Jan Van de Stool – I Get the Music in You

Appropriately hidden away in what my plus one remarked as looking very much like a high-school, famous musical therapist Jan Van de Stool (played by award winning Australian musical comedian Queenie Van de Zandt) runs her beginner workshop for the…