Aunty Donna’s Glennridge Secondary College show is a brilliantly relatable display of manic chaos. NICKOLAS ZAKHARIA checked it out.
Winner of South African Comics’ Choice Award, Loyiso Gola challenges the audience on stereotypes of masculinity and white privilege. ANGELICA SNOWDEN saw the show.
Two Monash students took their tree musical from a uni stage to the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. SHELBY BROOKS talked to the creative team behind the show.
A loud, slightly unhinged and boisterous ex-stripper turned comedian, Fern Brady chronicles the chapters of her life in an unabashed and brazen manner. AMBER SCHULTZ went to her show at the comedy festival
Three young comedians with an already impressive range of standup credits offer an entertaining show at MICF. SYBILLA GROSS reviews their show.
It started with a shepherd’s pie in a paper bag, but that was all Abandoman needed for a little comedic genius. RUBY MULLER reports.
Comedian Sapan Verma tackles the toughest and most controversial of topics in his standup and online news/comedy shows. RUBY MULLER reports
Education is certainly a laughing matter – Ben Knight talks turning a teaching career into a stand up show. Interview by MATILDA BOSELEY
Two big shows at the comedy festival had fans in stitches. Kings of Comedy may have shocked one audience member, but everyone else left the venue with a bellyfull of laughs. And audiences couldn’t contain their laughter at Neel Kolhatkar’s show.
Lewis Spears takes his dark, say-it-as-it-is humour to the stage.