Melbourne International Comedy Festival

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MICF REVIEW: Damien Power – Regret Man

Words by Sarah O’Neill Straight away, Damien Power’s Regret Man started with a heckle. You could tell his wide array of experience […]

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MICF REVIEW: Jai Cameron – Domestic

Words by Elizabeth Busch Taking place in the fairytale-inspired venue that was Storyville, Jai Cameron’s Domestic was a fun, dark dose of […]

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MICF REVIEW: No Hat, No Play! The Cabaret

Words by Sarah O’Neill Thanks to No Hat, No Play! The Cabaret, Sam Andrew and Mel O’Brien managed to summon an actual […]

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MICF REVIEW: Lizzy Hoo – Hoo Dis?

Words by Maria Dunne A genuinely funny, must-see show. Lizzy Hoo’s Hoo Dis? is a must-see over the festival period. Her humour […]

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MICF REVIEW: Geraldine Hickey – What a Surprise

Words by Maria Dunne Geraldine Hickey’s performance in her Melbourne International Comedy Festival show What A Surprise was somewhat disappointing. As much […]

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MICF REVIEW: Alanta Colley – On the Origin of Faeces

Words by Matt Thorley “It’s going to be about poo from start to finish” Alanta immediately assures the crowd are under no […]

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MICF REVIEW: Sam Taunton – Rooster

Words by Sarah O’Neill Walking into the Westin Hotel in the CBD for this comedy gig, I won’t lie I felt like […]

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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: “Two Matts and a Rat”

You’d be understandably forgiven for looking at the title of “Two Matts and a Rat” and having several pressing questions. Who are […]

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Tom Walker Interview

Oh look, it’s Barry nominated legend Tom Walker. Have a listen to Tom chatting all about his solo Melbourne International Comedy Festival […]