Tagged: MICF

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: 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...

Review: Hoot

Justin Hamilton’s festival show Hoot will strike you like a well-honed piece of music. Even though he’s been re-composing the show from festival to...

Review: Smell the Penguins

Smell the Penguins is a show about love. At least that’s what Harley Breen told us; personally it’s the only show about love that’s...