Review: So Brave, Madeleine Stewart – Sydney Comedy Festival (NSW) 

Accompanied by a sign language interpreter, Madeline Stewart’s show So Brave, explores what it means to find love, romantic and otherwise, when the world insists that you are different. Described as your average one-handed girl looking for love in a two-handed world, Stewart’s show is thoughtful and honest.  Read the full review now.

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Review: U.B.U, A Cautionary Tale of Catastrophe – Kings Cross Theatre (NSW)

In a gloriously bonkers 120 minutes of theatrical perfection, U.B.U: A Cautionary Tale of Catastrophe throws Alice in Wonderland, the top three Shakespearean tragedies[1], Sesame Street, An Inconvenient Truth and a good helping of fart and poo jokes into a blender and fcucks them right up. If that sounds like the best thing you’ll see in Sydney theatres all year, find me on Instagram because we need to be friends. Read the full five star review now!

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Review: Woah, Alyssa! – Sydney Comedy Festival (NSW)

Stuffed into an intimate shipping container inside the Factory Theatre, comedians Col & Fil present the outrageously chaotic comedy duo Woah, Alyssa! – two gay best friends who are also a couple who are also still sl*ts, according to the show’s description. An hour of riotous, filthy, absurd, and sexy comedy was lustfully thrown our way as Col & Fil battled technological mishaps, tight spaces, and an embarrassing pair of audience members. Read the full review here.

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Review: Funny As Sin – Sydney Comedy Festival (NSW)

Caristo and Kochan are a couple who normally perform stand-up independently of each other, and have now combined their energies into a double act. After an extended intro– during which we were given a wealth of insight into their loving, albeit comedy-rich relationship– the two took it in turns to deliver some of their own solo stand-up. For this main portion of the show, the comic not performing sat to the side of the small stage and followed along with looks of what can only be described as total adoration. Occasionally they would even deliver some words of affirmation, anticipation, or playful criticism– despite, as they pointed out, having experienced the show themselves many times before. Read our full review now!

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Review: Lewis Garnham: Too Much Time to Think – Sydney Comedy Festival (NSW)

With a laid-back approach to comedy and calm demeanour, Lewis Garnham’s Too Much Time to Think is a concoction of thoughts derived from his time in lockdown. What this brings is an hour of friendly conversation with the comedian that jumps from why Batman is ridiculous, to why there should be storybooks for adults. Read the full review now!

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Review: Wage Against the Machine – Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2022 (VIC)

With a personality as colourful as his employment history, Matt Harvey’s Wage Against the Machine is an impassioned descent into the absurdity of life at the bottom of the capitalist pyramid. Read our full review here!

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