Author: Stacey Waters

Review: Blank Tiles

The start of Dylan Cole’s show, Blank Tiles, would have you believe the world of competitive Scrabble is a nail-biting, edge of your seat...

Review: The Chat

The Chat begins with Arthur Bolkas telling the audience that at the end of this performance they will be judging him and deciding his...

Review: Swiss Army Man

Swiss Army Man is essentially a fart joke stretched out over an hour and a half. The movie had audience members walking out in...

Review: Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot isn’t an bad film. It is not, however anything new. It wasn’t overly ridiculous in its comedic elements, the war zones...

Review: King of Humility

There’s a wide range of genre that can be seen at this years’ Melbourne International Comedy Festival. You can see improv, sketch-shows, musical comedy...

Review: Dogmatic

Hannah Gadsby had a good show at last year’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival. She got a great review – but underneath there was a...

Review: You Know The Drill

I watched Steen Raskopolous for an hour on Thursday night and I couldn’t tell you a thing about the man’s personality. From the moment...

Review: Tripod 101 Hits

The description of Tripod’s show 101 Hits, for this years’ Melbourne International Comedy Festival states that if you like a mixture of their old...