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I snorted too many times to count, and I headbutted my husband’s shoulder at one point. I don’t do that too often.
He was smacking them silly with his brand of humour from the moment he walked on stage. And they laughed… oh did they laugh….
With Magic Marker art scrawled each arm, Choppa cradled his devotees though a night of larrikin laughs and his lessons in life.
Matt Okine is an award winner, and rightly so I’m thinking, as he is able to mine a story for a lot of giggle gold. And here’s the thing with the Fluffy Guy, he doesn’t work alone, he brings a comedy crew with him, so you are really getting three comedians for the price of one. And they all bring the hahaha.
If you aren’t in a position to take Glenn out for a drink, make a point of grabbing a ticket to one of his festival shows. Its a dirty ride, but one you won’t want to stop.
Gina took the stage at The Fecktory last night, and owned it from the moment she took the mike.
Both Greg Proops and Ardal O’Hanlon were exactly what was expected: fabulously funny, indubitably intelligent, creatively cutting, and wonderfully wicked. Jobs well done.
Guest blogger Lokimee has a Gold Pass to the Sydney Comedy Festival and will be seeing 40 or so shows in 25 days. In today’s post she reviews the April 14th show of Reggie Watts.
Guest blogger Lokimee has a Gold Pass to the Sydney Comedy Festival and will be seeing 40 or so shows in 25 days. In today’s post she reviews the April 13th shows of Craig Hill and Tommy Tiernan.