COMEDY

SYDNEY FRINGE: SAM SIMMONS’ FAIL

His natural habitat may be hanging around young people at food courts. He may say his distinguishing feature is baldness. He claims to have written … Read more

COMEDY: KITTY FLANAGAN

Kitty is a lot more cautious than she appears. While she jokes around like a friend with certain questions, she also just as easily draws … Read more

THEATRESPORTS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

I await the day when my local pub will start broadcasting Theatresports so I can curse and rant with gulps of cheap beer in support … Read more

COMEDY: FEAR OF A BROWN PLANET

“It’s a play on Fear of a Black Planet, which was a massive album by Public Enemy … all about race and politics,” says … Read more

SYDNEY COMEDY FESTIVAL

“We love Sydney! Comedy is our gentleman!” On the phone from Melbourne, duo Luke & Wyatt are helping me out with some cheesy sound-bytes in … Read more

COMEDY: GODZONE

Max Gillies is one our most recognisable actors, which is really quite a paradox for a man that’s famous for his ability to become unrecognisable. … Read more

THEATRE: COMEDY & CABARET

Mixing deep sea habitats, outlandish cabaret starlets from the gangster circuit, thrillers set on turkey farms and forbidden fruitshops – if the Comedy & Cabaret… Read more

COMEDY: PETER HELLIAR’S DREAMBOAT

“Did you know Tiger Woods’ nickname at Stanford was Urkel? That’s more embarrassing than all the cocktail waitresses and hookers put together,” says Peter Helliar, … Read more

COMEDY: MACHOMER

It’s been hailed a, “Masterpiece of high-low cultural fusion” (Saturday Night Magazine) that’s both, “Hilarious and awe-inspiring” (The Independent). Now the … Read more

COMEDY: TIM MINCHIN

Tim Minchin is like no other performer out there. Coming out of the ever-cool arts scene of Perth, his catchy vaudevillian style political songs have … Read more