Eddie Ifft is having a busy few months in Australia: first the Adelaide Fringe, then the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, then the Sydney Comedy Festival (plus gallivanting around to other spots in between those seasons). I managed to catch him on Tuesday night when he did a drop-in at Sydney’s Comedy on the Edge…
A whole lotta MICF Preview Trial Runs going on! Christina Davis and Jarred Keane both did large chunks of their upcoming MICF solo shows, Chris Radburn and new comic Dane Hedgepath tested some new material, MC Oliver Phommavanh kept it all ticking along and Eddie Ifft dropped in as a surprise guest to try out some new stuff as well.
Hobart’s ImproVice last show (forever?) this Thursday…Sydney’s Comedy @ Harold has moved to the Lansdowne Hotel…Check out the Misfits of Comedy experimental room in Melbourne…The Peninsula Theatre is opening a new comedy room for the NSW Central Coast this Friday night
June is when most comedy tours finish up here in Oz for a few months as flocks of comedians head north for the comedy festivals of Edinburgh, Montreal and various smaller summer comedy festivals in the northern hemisphere. So the next few weeks are your best chance to catch top comics putting those finishing touches […]
The Cracker Comedy Festival officially ended last weekend, but there are still some shows completing their Sydney runs: Prequels & Sequels Impro (Sunday), Ross Noble (Thurs-Mon) & George Kapiniaris (Saturday). [website] Eddie Ifft headlines at The Comedy Store in Sydney’s Moore Park Entertainment Quarter all week, while Greg Fleet heads the show at their new […]