Creator/performers Jayden Mascuilli and Daniel Moore have struck gold with the premise and execution of their eight-episode (so far) podcast. I can’t get enough of improv when performers are encouraged to push their imagination into the weird and whimsical, and this little show is the perfect vehicle to for this to happen.Read More Featured Podcast: In Your Dreams
Indiana Kiely and Simon Hawkings are no strangers to improvised comedy and, like me, you’ll be pleased to know that the duo have joined forces to perform their own brand of absurdist, observational and character-based comedy as Liz in their very own show You’re Making A Scene for the Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2020.Read More Featured Event: Liz presents You’re Making A Scene
There’s a lot of great stuff happening at MICF this year and it’s the perfect time to try something new, so why not get out there to catch Randy before he becomes the next big thing.Read More Blog: A Matter Of Time (and Randy Adeva)
Kieran Eaton joins us once again in the studio – this time to share his knowledge on the Perth comedy scene, 80’s cartoons and the perks of caring for the elderly.
Andy brings us an installment Things That Are Weird: Conspiracy Theory 101 in which he draws us into the bizarre world of internet theorists and just a few of the topics they devote their time and energy to.
Mog tells a story about buying a new pair of pants and featured also is a track from Melbourne thrash rockers, Dirty Chapters. Get into it!Read More Podcast – Episode 23
Dan Brader drops by the studio this week to chat about his approach to comedy and shares a few stories about the highs and lows of his tumultuous career. You won’t want to miss this!
Andy & Mog reflect on how they feel the debut performance/event that was the Potato Revolution Launch Party went.
Plus, some awesome tunes from Melbourne Metal/Rock outfit Voltera.Read More Podcast – Episode 22
You’ve waited ever so patiently and it’s finally arrived, the new episode is here!
Featuring up and coming local comic John Potter who deftly guides us through the ins and outs of preparing and being a part of an ensemble show for the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
Speaking of which, if you’re sitting around scratching your head with no idea who to go and see this year, we’ve prepared for you a shortlist of our favourites(with links).
And if that’s not enough, this episode also features the track, “I Wish that I had Duck Feet” from Goulburn-based band Sibling Reveille.Read More Podcast – Episode 21