I spoke to Joel and Fiona about their shows for the Sydney Comedy Festival.
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 […]
The No Laughing Matter comedy gala is the first (of what will hopefully be many!) in a line of events in support of Suicide Prevention Australia.
For one night only a stellar lineup of Comedy Superstars and Australia’s hottest new talent will make this a memorable night at The Basement!
Many of last year’s favourites are returning, plus some new treats, all aiming to “make you laugh so hard that it hurts”.
Performers: James O’Loghlin (MC), Flacco and The Sandman, Felicity Ward, Mikey Robins, Celia Paquola, Scared Weird Little Guys, Eddie Perfect, Fiona O’Loughlin, Wil Anderson, Cameron Bruce and House Band
Wicked Women in Hornsby tonight only, Best of British @ Comedy Store, Kransky Sisters and Umbilical Bros at the Opera House over the weekend
By now many of you will have already had your workplace’s festive night out, and maybe (just maybe) it wasn’t that crash hot watching the office clown do the same routine as for the last five years. So why not go out for a night that you’ll really enjoy, with professional comic entertainers?
SUPPORTED BY: James Rochford, Matt Dyktynski & MC David Smiedt
On its second ever comedy show, the Marble Bar sold out and was standing room only. Given that there’s a nice long bar to lean on, standing room isn’t too bad at all! The night began with a soft jazz musical act to wind the crowd down a bit after their day at work, this week guitarist Roger Black did the mellow honours. Then it was on with the funnies.
Every mum in Australia should be grateful to Fiona O’Loughlin for showing that mothering doesn’t have to be taken oh so seriously. By her own report her style of parenting evokes the escapades of a St-Trinian’s-4th-former, which must startle the neighbours at times…