Luke Heggie’s winning set for Australia’s prestigious national comedy competition that stages its Grand Final as part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival every year.
Comedy in the news and comedians performing on TV and radio.
Lady J-Mo performing at the Just For Laughs comedy festival in Montreal in 2009.
With this week’s news that Hamish and Andy are looking to cut back on full-time radio gigs and devote more time to other projects, especially television, here’s a bit of silliness from The Graham Norton Show to whet your appetites for what’s to come.
An oldie but a goodie from veteran Sydney impro troupe Explosive Minds, currently performing in New York for the Del Close Improv Marathon.
Gabby Millgate does a great turn as Julia Spillard – in this video she addresses Steve Price and Bettina Arndt. Check out more #spillard videos from Gabby on her YouTube channel.
Michael Workman, up and coming comedian from Perth, is about to move to Melbourne to pursue more comedy opportunities. Here he is performing at Sydney’s Comedy Store in the Moore Park Entertainment Quarter.
Adam Hills at the 2010 Melbourne International Comedy Festival: The Comedy All Stars Cabaret.
A nice little promo for a Festival Comedy show – Puppy Fight Social Club will be performing at MICF and at Sydney Comedy Festival.
Curiously for a portrait competition, his favourite part of his winning Archibald image of singer-songwriter Tim Minchin was not the face but the toes.
“It was very important for me to get the toes in, because Tim performs in bare feet,” said the 37-year-old artist
Hannah delivers a dryly delightful set. She is appearing in several Festival events, including her own solo show The Cliff Young Shuffle, and her immensely popular NGV Comedy Tour.