This show has a bursting live energy and Simmons makes a genuine and successful effort to connect with his audience. It’s very weird but it’s a lot more than ‘just weird’.
Gone Off is that travel story. You know the one where you set off to discover yourself only to end up getting blind drunk with the locals and talking to yourself to avoid the awkward silence of solitude.
Wakenshaw’s tight mime skills and the plethora of ideas make it worth a look.
Living on Limbo Lane is a unique performance with singing, dancing, puppetry and a fight to the death.
A brilliant show that puts life into perspective, there is definitely a reason Tom Gleeson has been in comedy for 15 years.
For a British born comedian, he has a steady handle on what makes Aussie audiences laugh.
Cal Wilson is All Ears is named so because it is largely audience driven. The show is based around Cal drawing stories out of the audience.
German comedy is a phrase many would snigger at considering its country men and women are often ridiculed as being a bit stiff in the humor department.
Smart Casual are one of the more musically talented comedy duos on the local scene. Fletcher Jones plays the guitar beautifully and the pair harmonise skilfully.
Daniel Kitson opens with ‘I am going to tell you what I think life is’. And that he does.
4. A movie that made you cry?
Terminator. Killer robots have motherboards too.
1. Describe your show Twitter style, 140 characters or less!
The true story of how Geoff Paine got arrested.
A hit at the Melbourne Fringe Festival last year, Bullet: a Superhero Comedy is a well-oiled machine of a show.
This variety show is great value for money and is an opportunity to support up and coming comedians. Only on Mondays, don’t miss out!
Laura Davis tells a story of the last time she stayed in Melbourne for the comedy festival and her gradual descent into depression, self-doubt and loneliness. Sounds awful right? Well it’s not.