Category: comedy

Sydney Comedy Festival 2017: Mitch Garling – Reluctance to Adult

Front and center, Mitch Garling takes you on an hour of laughs, mishaps, and life’s endless struggles. First debuting at Perth Fringe World, Garling brings his show, Reluctance to Adult to the Sydney Comedy Festival Show for the first time. It is chock full…

Sydney Comedy Festival 2017: Frenchy – Frenchy Unleashed

Showing at the Factory Theatre, Frenchy came energised and needed no warmup or introduction. A Sydney Comedy Festival regular, it is evident that he has done this before. Frenchy braces you for an hour of inappropriate sex jokes, politically incorrect comments,…

Sydney Comedy Festival 2017: Steve Lynch – U.S. of Eh?!?

Steve Lynch tells his stories in such a captivating and positive way as he takes his audience on a tour through the U.S of A in his Sydney Comedy Festival show ‘U.S. of Eh?!?’. Confirming all of the clichés, he…

Sydney Comedy Festival 2017: Neel Kolhatkar – #Objectifyneel

A familiar face, Neel Kolhatkar steps on stage and not onto your computer screens. In his one-night show for the Sydney Comedy Festival, Neel shares the experience of his upbringing as an Indian-Australian in The Shire, the struggles of being…

Sydney Comedy Festival 2017: Alice Fraser – Empire

If there’s one person that can leave you with something to think about later, it’s Alice Fraser. The award-winning writer, comedian, and performer is a natural communicator with the ability to tackle clever topics with humour and understanding. She presents her…

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Sydney Comedy Festival 2017: Daniel Muggleton – Let’s Never Hang Out

The Sydney Comedy Festival is back, and with it a whole shedload of new talent, old favourites, and emerging stars. After touring Edinburgh Fringe and Melbourne Comedy Festival, Daniel Muggleton returns with a brand-new show, Let’s Never Hang Out. Comedy festivals can…

The Bear Pack

Sydney Comedy Festival 2017: The Bear Pack

There’s not much better than watching two masters of improvisational comedy performing live on stage. Fans of Sydney’s improv duo The Bear Pack obviously agree with me. The full-to-capacity audience gathered at Giant Dwarf to see Carlo Ritchie and Steen…

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Sydney Comedy Festival: Carlo Ritchie – Cooking for No One

We shuffled in to the mini auditorium. Carlo Ritchie – the ‘second tallest member of The Bear Pack’ (improvisational comedy duo) stood comfortably on the small stage with a red velvet curtain backdrop. I’m a massive fan of The Bear…

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Sydney Comedy Festival 2017: Mae Martin – Dope

Canadian Mae Martin’s new show Dope was born out of a recent realisation (prompted by her straight-talking mother’s genuinely insightful comments) that throughout her whole life she’s somehow managed to be addicted something or someone. This addictive personality has meant…