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‘Go in there to make audiences laugh – on your terms’ – Ross Noble’s advice to new comics this MICF

Mitch Cunningham

Comedian Ross Noble is perhaps one of the world’s most loved improvisers. Known for his rapid, imaginative storytelling and gleeful audience banter, Noble is back…

“I feel like I’m just yelling into the abyss” – Rose Callaghan on women in comedy, ADHD and community television

Til Knowles

A few weeks ago, comedian Rose Callaghan took some time out of her busy day to chat to Til Knowles about her upcoming solo show,…

“People very often get confused between ends and means in comedy, and the end is to make people laugh” – Al Murray on controversy in comedy, the Pub Landlord, and ‘The (British) Empire Strikes Back’

Nick Jones

Perfect for anyone who enjoys a Pint – or a wine for the Ladies – the Pub Landlord is back in town. I sat down…

“I am very lucky” – a brief interview with the eloquent Ash Williams, comedian, sports commentator and professional tweeter

Til Knowles

Ash Williams is a man of few words and excellent timing. The comedian/podcast guest/writer/host/radio presenter/gym-goer is a man of many talents, and this year he’s…

“It’s probably good for you” – Alice Fraser on not avoiding heavy topics, strange childhoods, and international comedy scenes

Katherine Back

  Comedian Alice Fraser has been quietly performing alongside some pretty intense day jobs for a long time. From Sydney arts law to New York…

“I like the idea of potentially being a part of someone else’s escapism” – an interview with comedian Tommy Dassalo

Til Knowles

Tommy Dassalo has a lot of stuff going on. He’s got three podcasts on the go, runs a comedy room on Tuesday nights in Fitzroy,…