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Slutmonster (MICF 2013)

Published April 2013 in Crikey

If you’ve ever wondered what it might feel like to be slapped in the face with a dildo, Slutmonster goes some of the way to making that a viable possibility. 410 more words

Siobhan Argent

Arj Barker: Go Time (MICF 2013)

Published April 2013 in Crikey

Here’s a lesson to remember: never go and see a show thinking ‘I really wanted to see this guy in my university days’. 322 more words

Siobhan Argent

First Dog on the Moon in 'How to Draw Cartoobs and Other Typos' - Melbourne Fringe Festival

Published October 2012 in Crikey

First Dog will always hold a special place in my heart, most noticeably because my heart is full of other cartoon animals who appreciate interpretive dance. 189 more words

Siobhan Argent

Damian Callinan in 'The Merger' - Melbourne Fringe Festival

Published October 2012 in Crikey

Damian Callinan proves in this show that he’s capable of baring more skin, bum included, than we see at the average Brownlow awards ceremony. 218 more words

Crikey

The Trial and Death of Socrates (No Relation) - Melbourne Fringe Festival 2012

Published October 2012 in Crikey

There are some comedy shows that aim to dazzle an audience with wit and brilliance. Then there are others that slap you in the face with the same resounding smack a wet turkey might make when it’s swung against your tender, well-defined cheekbone—it injures your dignity, but you laugh hard anyway. 494 more words

Siobhan Argent

Imaan Hadchiti in Bigger Than Jesus - Melbourne International Comedy Festival

Published April 2012 in Crikey

Imaan Hadchiti’s wicked 2011 show, A Little Perspective, was a tantalising promise to the audience that this little guy (at something like 3-foot-nothing in height) had a crazy knack for bulldozing people who patronised him for being a ‘little person’. 329 more words

Siobhan Argent

Nick Coyle in Me Pregnant! - Melbourne International Comedy Festival

Published April 2010 in Crikey

Me Pregnant! has very little to do with actually being pregnant. It features only in the beginning, when the story revolves around the monstrous survivor of a doomed litter and their mother. 306 more words

Siobhan Argent