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Comedy Festival 2011: Capital Punishment

Sunday, April 3, 2010 By Fiona comedy festival: capital punishment When you’re a bit sneezy and sniffly and have perhaps slept a bit too much on a bright clear Saturday, the best thing would be to maybe go for a brisk walk, or make some kind of refreshing salad, or snort coffee, or whatever else […]

Comedy show perfectly executed

NO-ONE who attended the Capital Punishment comedy show at the Batemans Bay Bowling Club last Saturday would have been prepared for the rag-tag bunch of misfits who popped up on stage at various points throughout the night. However, it was this unbelievably diverse mix which was what made this show so enjoyable to watch. With […]

A young lady walks onto a stage

Natalie from Sydney has written a piece in her blog about coming to Open Mic at The Front to try her hand at stand up comedy for the first time:

Comedy Festival: Capital Punishment

Sunday, April 4, 2010 By Fiona comedy festival: capital punishment Every year Melbourne hosts its International Comedy Festival. Every year we declare we are going to go, and every year it is only when one of our friends buys tickets for us and tells us to meet them in the city at six o’clock that […]

Capital Punishment at MICF 2010 These guys are stars. I laughed until my face hurt and I thought my cheeks would burst. Music, dead pan humour and audience sing alongs. Nothing I can say will make it as awesome as being there. Off you pop. By Heidi Kinsey

Melbourne Comedy Festival Reviews – Going Halves

Melbourne Comedy Festival Reviews Going Halves Colin Flaherty Canberran natives James Lieutenant and Tom Gibson have joined forces to present the show Going Halves. This was a meat and potatoes stand up show with each taking the stage for a twenty minute solo set. James was up first with his very laid back and low […]

Civic Pub finds its funny spot

Published in Lifestyle – Arts & Entertainment on 11 June, 2009 COMEDY “Stand Up Comedy at Civic Pub” Every first Wednesday of the month, 8pm. Civic Pub, Lonsdale Street, Braddon. Reviewed by Jorian Gardner. FINALLY, it seems, a venue has been found in the city where a regular stand-up comedy night looks like it just […]