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Review: Dave Callan in A Little Less Conversation | Melbourne Fringe Festival

Review: Dave Callan in A Little Less Conversation | Melbourne Fringe Festival

Nicole Humphreys writes … The main requirement for a comedy gig is that it should be funny.  And this one was. I was a little bit apprehensive as this was my first experience going to a comedy gig by myself—my boyfriend had issues with a dodgy curry.  Can you laugh out loud when you’re by […]

Review: Inside the Egg: The Life of Anne Geddes’ Prisoner Children | Melbourne Fringe Festival

Review: Inside the Egg: The Life of Anne Geddes’ Prisoner Children | Melbourne Fringe Festival

Nicole Humphreys writes … Deep inside the egg are some very troubled souls. Traumatised adults are still trying to recover from their premature fame as an Anne Geddes baby. What did Anne do to these babies? Sam Allen and Chris Harrigan’s imaginative show takes us through a variety of characters struggling to come to grips […]

Review: Pajama Men in Just the Two of Each of Us | Melbourne International Comedy Festival

Review: Pajama Men in Just the Two of Each of Us | Melbourne International Comedy Festival

Nicole Humphreys writes… Shenoah Allen and Mark Chavez – The Pajama Men – are talented comedians.  They both impress the audience with their assorted repertoire of characters, facial gymnastics and vocal abilities.

Review: Bart Freebairn in The Age of Wonder | Melbourne International Comedy Festival

Review: Bart Freebairn in The Age of Wonder | Melbourne International Comedy Festival

Nicole Humphreys writes… Bart is a quirky and entertaining performer – The Age of Wonder is thankfully not your run-of-the-mill comedy gig.  His age of wonder is childhood youth and his cleverly sculpted jokes let the audience reminisce and think about their versions of his anecdotes.

Review: Em O’Loughlin presents ‘The Ladies Lounge’ | Melbourne Fringe Festival 2012

Review: Em O’Loughlin presents ‘The Ladies Lounge’ | Melbourne Fringe Festival 2012

Em O’Loughlin is undoubtedly a talented entertainer – she is very likeable and her repertoire of facial expressions and accents could alone warrant their own show.

Review: Marney McQueen is A Rump Steak at a Vegan BBQ | Melbourne International Comedy Festival

Review: Marney McQueen is A Rump Steak at a Vegan BBQ | Melbourne International Comedy Festival

Nicole Humphreys writes… With a commanding stage presence and voice to match, McQueen’s candid comedy cabaret floats between an open diary of her work in theatre, to transformations into her ‘guest stars’ – where McQueen does her best work. Cleverly written songs about the pitfalls of being a single woman in an industry that is […]