Lady Sings it Better’s show for the 9th Annual Sydney Comedy Festival was, in a word, fabulous.
Sharing the latest announcements about featured acts, ticket availability, performing opportunities etc.
I spoke to Joel and Fiona about their shows for the Sydney Comedy Festival.
Last week I spoke to an assortment of performers who will be appearing at the Sydney Comedy Festival which kicks off next Tuesday.
What a great day I had!
What a day! Mystery Comedy Walking Tour, Five Foot Fingers, Funny Bones, List Operators, Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra, Anna Pocket Rocket, Regrets, Clown from The Neck Down, Stand Up Sit Down
Girls Night ☆ ☆ ☆ 1/2 Cath Styles presents a rotating smorgasboard of funny women to tempt your haha bits. I saw Cath as host, Rachel Geary as the timid, laconic yet ultimately acerbic Nance from the Country, Anna Log’s delightfully cynical songs, Linda Beatty’s gorgeous harp work on subverted fairytales, and DeAnne Smith closed […]
So, my MICF planning has basically been trying to see people that I’m not likely to see at the coming-soon Sydney Comedy Festival, with occasional indulgences for absolute favourites of mine where I just can’t wait another few weeks. My indulgence tonight was Hannah. Fed Square Pitch 29 March – 13 April Tuesday-Friday 1pm, 2.30pm […]
I’ve yanked them directly from my tweet feed, so the first tweet below is actually the last of the show. Scroll down to the bottom to read from the start, or else read from here and feel like your travelling backwards in time. See if you can spot the point of the technical glitch! #micf […]
Lots of comedy tragics are putting together their recs for this year:
28 February – 25 March 2012 – Returning for the fourth year, Brisbane Comedy Festival brings audiences a line up with international headliners Tom Green, Stephen K Amos, Mark Watson and Daniel Kitson and introduces the Best of Malaysian Comedy starring Harith Iskander.