Tag: comedy

Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2016: The Plus Ones’ Guide

We’re coming up to that wonderful time of year once again when the Melbourne International Comedy Festival is upon us. As always, there is a massive selection of shows and venues. Some fabulous big-name local and international stars are Wil Anderson, Hannah Gadsby,…

Comma Sutra at The Butterfly Club

When I agreed to go see ‘Comma Sutra’ on Friday night, I didn’t consider just how much pressure there would be to write a grammatically perfect review on a self-confessed grammar nazi’s comedy/cabaret show. And pressure makes commas go astray. So…

Fringe Review: Lee Naimo – Definitely Not a Trap

The Son of Loft room inside the Lithuanian Club is a very cosy and intimate space. Within a few moments of Lee Naimo’s joyfully fashioned ‘Definitely Not a Trap’ the audience really got to experience just how intimate the show…

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Fringe Review: Improv Against Humanity

Improvised theatre can have a number of different handles when it comes to getting inspiration for its scenes. I must admit that I was very intrigued by the notion of matching cards from the ever so popular fad ‘Cards Against…

Melbourne Fringe Review: Aussie Mixtape

Make sure to check out our guide to the Melbourne Fringe Festival 2015 On Friday my Plus One and I headed to The Courthouse Hotel to pop my Fringe virginity via comic duo Amanda and Kat with their show Aussie Mixtape….

Melbourne Fringe Review: Breaking Dad

Make sure to check out our guide to the Melbourne Fringe Festival 2015 My Fringe started last night at the Festival Hub in North Melbourne. I love the variety, the experimentation, the surprises that come with our most popular art’s…

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Melbourne Fringe Festival 2015: The Plus Ones’ Guide

The Melbourne Fringe Festival gives Melburnians permission to turn into wide-eyed experience junkies: live art, cabaret, dance, circus, parties. From 16 September to 4 October across 160 venues, over 6,000 artists will deliver 400 events across the city. The Plus Ones’ team picked…

Comedy Fest Review: Stand-Up Revolution

  Stand-up Revolution sold out Rod Laver Arena when they last toured Melbourne! These guys are entertainers of the highest order and know how to work a crowd. Usually they spend their time on the Comedy Channel playing to audiences…