Festivals

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MICF Review: Ron Funches

Written by Eleanor Doran With writing credits for The Kroll Show and appearances on TV favourites like New Girl, Drunk History and […]

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Anne Edmonds: What’s Wrong With You?

Written by Jack Hollenberg and Mitch Groenewald Anne Edmonds’ 2018 MICF show Enter the Spinnaker Lounge was one of the most hyped […]

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Wine Machine – Rochford Wines, Yarra Valley – Live Review

Wine Machine Rochford Wines, Yarra Valley 06 / 04 / 19 Words by India Weaver Tickets provided by publicists Wine Machine (formally […]

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Comedy Review: Brett Blake

Words by Blake Furfaro   Just a boy from the Perth suburb Forrestfield, Brett Blake is proving why he is a one […]

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Comedy Review: Rhys Nicholson: Nice People Nice Things Nice Situations

Words by Sammy Perryman   Award-winning, Sydney based comedian Rhys Nicholson returns to the Melbourne International Comedy Festival this year with their […]

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Michael Shafar – 50/50 – Melbourne International Comedy Festival

★★★★   Julia Greenhalf   My first encounter with Michael Shafar was walking into his Fringe show in 2018. I was embarrassingly […]

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COMEDY REVIEW: Simon Taylor – ‘Right Now’

Simon Taylor is the Comedian You Need to See Right Now For his next trick, the multitalented Simon Taylor is back at […]

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Comedy Review: Philly Philly Wang Wang

Phil Wang comedy was witty, smart and charming. The self-proclaimed ‘old’ comedian brought a set about his heritage, morality, sex and the […]

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MQFF: ‘Dykes, Camera, Action’ Film Review

Words by Aimee Platts The documentary ‘Dykes, Camera Action’ Directed by Caroline Baker is about the history of lesbian cinema and representation […]

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MQFF: ‘Rafiki’ Film Review

Words by Tom Parry   Developed nations have become accustomed to movies about the queer experience, readily producing and consuming them in […]