Andrew and Danny Bensley have been regular performers on the local comedy scene for the last few years, and The Canberra Times have done a feature on the guys. Read it at: http://www.canberratimes.com.au/act-news/canberra-life/are-andrew-and-danny-bensley-proof-they-breed-them-funnier-in-queanbeyan-20170126-gtz5di
Local comedy fans might recognise that face in the featured video on the site as Andrew Barnett, who headlined at Comedy Club at The Civic Pub earlier in the year. Andrew and team are working with Camp Quality on a very worthwhile cause – to actually make Christmas Crackers funny! Check out the video, and even …
The Dollop have just announced that Wil Anderson will be added as a guest for live podcast this Thursday 8 Sept at Woden CIT. Tickets HERE This show will sell out.
Anyone who caught Daniel Connell’s show “The Get Out Stakes” at Canberra Comedy Festival last year, might know a bit about the problem that Connell had with gambling a few years ago. In a new article in Inside Gambling he talks openly about it and about what a positive influence stand-up comedy has been in …
The new Featured Video on the site is Hamish Hudson with the animated clip for his mildly controversial song, Jebuz is a Liar. Check it out as long as you are open-minded: [wpdevart_youtube]QD1tfTMzNr8[/wpdevart_youtube]
The Guardian has posted up a great article discussing some of the current crop of shows at Melbourne International Comedy Festival that have political content. It includes a chat with ex-Canberran Toby Halligan who also performed his solo show at Canberra Comedy Festival in March. Check the article out at: http://www.theguardian.com/culture/2016/apr/16/tom-ballard-zoe-coombs-marr-and-true-aussie-patriots-why-risk-politics-in-comedy?
For anyone wondering what ex-Canberran comedian Kale Bogdanovs has been up to since he moved stateside a couple of years back, you might recognise him as his alter ego, Junior Assassin in our featured video at the moment.
Ex-Canberran comedian Frank Hamster has received a cease and desist notice by the Royal Commission lawyers ahead of his Melbourne International Comedy Festival show run. For details, check out the Yamp magazine article at: http://www.yawpmag.com.au/Interviews/pell-s-lawyers-warn-local-comic-of-trouble-ahead.html
Sharona Lin from BMA Magazine headed along to Comedy Club at The Civic Pub in early March to find out about the state of the local comedy scene. Read about her findings at: http://www.bmamag.com/articles/exhibitionist/20160316-house-laughs-state-comedy-canberra/
You might want to tune in to 98.3FM in the morning… 2XX Breakfast on Wednesdays now has some new voices! We would like to welcome Tom Gibson, Chris Ryan and Emo Parsonson, to 2XX Breakfast. They have performed individually and as a collective in comedy clubs throughout Australia. In addition to their stand-up shows, …