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‘No matter how good a One Nation joke is Scotland isn’t going to get it’ – comedian Matt Harvey chats inspiring comedy, storytelling and podcasting

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Melbourne comedian and writer Matt Harvey is back at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, this year with an hour of true stories from his life.…

‘There’s Carlton specifics, there’s football specifics, and then there’s just sketch comedy’ – Fiannah de Rue on writing her second solo show for MICF

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Fiannah de Rue’s first solo show It’s Not Funny hit the small stage at Tasma Terrace at last year’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival with a…

If you think you might need it, register – Vic Hanlon and Caili Christian discuss the Light the Way Home Initiative

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The easiest way to directly describe the Light the Way Home initiative is to use the press release. I find trying to use my own…

‘It’s going to sound a bit weird but it feels a little like having a superhero alter ego or something,’ – Sophie Joske on the liberating nature of having a stage alter ego during Woman of the Hour

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Cassandra Barbitoll is a star, and she knows it – despite what anyone else might think. Brought to life through the mind of comedian and…

‘I’ve always enjoyed spooky stories’ – comedian David Massingham on his Little Sketch Book of Horrors

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Sketch comedian and improviser David Massingham is back at this year’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival, and this year he’s prepared a night of spooks, scares…

‘Comedy is the most immediate art form’ – Chloe Black on stand-up, not being edgy and advice for her potential tinder matches

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Comedian Chloe Black has been performing stand up for 18 years. She might not look the same as she did when she started back in…

“I love my guitar, I do; I just can’t be stuffed carrying it around anymore”: A Q&A with Gatesy

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Singers, songwriters and part of two of Australia’s greatest musical comedy trios, Paul McDermott and Steven Gates (perhaps better known as Gatesy), have been friends…

‘The only responsibility a comedian has is to be funny. Everything else is negotiable.’ – an interview with Sami Shah

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When comedian, broadcaster and writer Sami Shah is having a run of bad luck, he sacrifices a goat. It’s a common ritual occurrence in Islamic…