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Matt Okine: Happiness Not Included @ Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2014 REVIEW (13/04/2014)

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Personal, Honest, Hilarious & Enthrallingly Engaging

To add to the impressive list of success already under his belt including sold out shows across Australia as well as London and Edinburgh; being invited to the Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival; nominated at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and now hosting the 6am breakfast show on Triple J, Matt Okine brings to the 2014 Melbourne International Comedy Festival, an all-new, hilarious and heartfelt one hour show: “Happiness Not Included”. 279 more words


The night I touched comedian Luke McGregor

For some audience members, there’s a fear associated with sitting in the front row of a comedy show. However, that’s exactly where I’ve sat for a number of Festival shows I’ve been to over the past week.

Tommy Little: Middleclass Gangster @ Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2014 REVIEW (12/04/2014)

Packed Full of Little Goodness: Wit, Charisma, Humility, Lovableness  

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There’s no doubt that Tommy Little is a great work juggler. In fact, he’s probably the perfect example of an expert multitask-er. 422 more words


Joe Lycett: If Joe Lycett Then You Should Have Put A Ring On It @ Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2014 REVIEW (08/04/2014)

Witty, Charming Naughtiness

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If an entertaining, light-hearted fun and witty night is what you’re after, then Joe Lycett is one not to be missed at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival (or any festivals for that matter). 294 more words


REVIEW: The Gentlemen of Deceit for MICF

Put a little magic into your Melbourne Comedy Festival this year

By Margaret Wieringa

A voice from the darkness asks an audience member to place a shoe on a stool onstage. 354 more words

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Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2014 Reviews

Hilarious times to be had in Melbourne at the moment with the Melbourne International Comedy Festival in town. I’ve been catching a few shows and here are two of my favourites reviewed fro… 16 more words


Wil Anderson: Wiluminati @ Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2014 REVIEW (06/04/2014)

Comedy at its Best: Sophisticated with a Hint of Dick Jokes

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A year has passed and I’ve found myself in the same position as I was last time I wrote a piece on Wil Anderson’s show: experiencing certain level of difficulty finding the right words to reflect his show. 644 more words