issue 19 Getting Ready For Comedy Festival

Click Image To Read

issue 18 Rise of the Podcasts

Click Image To Read

Issue 17 Political Comedy

Click Image To Read

Issue 16 Sketch Comedy

Click Image To Read

Issue 15 Taking On Edinburgh

Click Image To Read

Issue 14 Clowning

Click Image To Read

Yawp Interviews

LATEST ARTICLES

MICF 2014 Reviews

Difficult First Album Tour

Sammy J and Randy are back at the festival this year with their show 'Sammy J and Randy's Difficult First Album Tour' to celebr...READ MORE...

MICF 2014 Reviews

50 Years of Doctor Who

Arriving at Club Voltaire in North Melbourne, I found myself in a room guarded by a Dalek with two other Daleks barking at the ...READ MORE...

MICF 2014 Reviews

Do Not Irony

If like me, you read the description of this show and were unsure, a one-woman sketch show (how would it work?!), no need to wo...READ MORE...

MICF 2014 Reviews

By Myself

  Australia’s favourite daggy duo, 'Lessons with Luis' is back with all their signature-style jokes, knitted jumpers and fondn...READ MORE...

MICF 2014 Reviews

Fashion

Xander Allan is an outrageous comedian; the hair, the clothes, the drinking, the jokes; it’s all just so fabulous. The quirky m...READ MORE...

MICF 2014 Reviews

Not Sleeping Together

In an intimate setting at the Provincial, Arielle Conversi was first to take the stage and was bubbly and energetic. Conversi’s...READ MORE...

MICF 2014 Reviews

Let’s Go

As a comedian, Jason Pestell has that vibe that makes you think he’d be a very funny guy to have a beer with. As he takes the s...READ MORE...

MICF 2014 Reviews

Day Of The Dead

'Day Of The Dead' begins with the warning that it is more a one-woman show than pure, regular standup. It’s not going to have a...READ MORE...

MICF 2014 Reviews

Forty Fs

In what may have been their 'weirdest' night of shows (due to part of the audience consisting of a rowdy buck's night group) Bl...READ MORE...

MICF 2014 Reviews

Sinful Stories

'Sinful Stories' included an hour of story telling relating to the seven deadly sins. Tonight the theme was pride and each audi...READ MORE...

MICF 2014 Reviews

Adventure Peach

What does bravery and adventure look like in the 21st Century? Jack Druce has a fair idea and to him it's not all heroism. Rath...READ MORE...

MICF 2014 Reviews

Permanent Part-time

What did you want to be when you were younger? At age 8, Kelly Rose Ryan decided that she wanted to be a jet skiing gymnast. Sh...READ MORE...

MICF 2014 Reviews

Dave

There are very few shows that are and smart and subversive as Zoe's 'Dave'. Dave is a single guy, just looking for some lols in...READ MORE...

MICF 2014 Reviews

Fabian Lapham

Fabian Lapham and the Real Musicians are real musicians and their music will rock your socks off. The songs are catchy and they...READ MORE...

MICF 2014 Reviews

The Shuffle Show

This show is amazing from start to finish. Elena Gabrielle and Grant Busé are fantastically and undeniably talented. From their...READ MORE...

MICF 2014 Reviews

Murphy Mclachlan

Murphy Mclachlan has an endearing type of awkwardness that seems to appeal to a wide audience his show has excellent timing and...READ MORE...

MICF 2014 Reviews

How To Make A Musical

Chad Bradley (played by Geoff Paine) classes himself as a triple threat (singer, dancer, Broadway sensation) and presents a ver...READ MORE...

MICF 2014 Reviews

Ghosts Are Real

As soon as Tom McLean takes to the stage he is instantly likeable. McLean takes a little while to get the audience response goi...READ MORE...

MICF 2014 Reviews

Viva La Vida Loca Las Vegas

The Axis of Awesome consists of Benny on keyboards, Lee on guitar and Jordan on lead vocals. They have been together for 7½ yea...READ MORE...

MICF 2014 Reviews

Asher Treleavean

The first thing that you notice about Asher Treleaven is that he doesn't look like he's in the right century, let alone decade....READ MORE...

MICF 2014 Reviews

Don’t Kiss the Weird Girl

“I exhibit odd behaviour.” Sonia di Iorio isn’t lying. She, too, has sadly fallen victim to growing up in a Catholic family, an...READ MORE...

MICF 2014 Reviews

Martin Dunlop

Martin Dunlop dares to go where no one else will, and had the audience gaping in shock before bursting out with laughter at sev...READ MORE...

MICF 2014 Reviews

Stuart Daulman

Do you like silly, silly, stupid, random, silly comedy? Then 'Stuart Daulman is the Principal' might just be the show for you. ...READ MORE...

MICF 2014 Reviews

Divorce: The Musical

  At first glance, 'Divorce: The Musical' is the comedy equivalent of Vegemite. It may not be for everyone, but those it does ...READ MORE...

MICF 2014 Reviews

Sketchual Chocolate

Susie Youssef is simply a delight to watch in her debut solo show. Whip smart and cleverly put together, Youssef’s 'Sketchual C...READ MORE...

MICF 2014 Reviews

Dilruk Jayasinha

Standup comedian Dilruk Jayasinha has had an interesting upbringing. There have been some serious religious contradictions and ...READ MORE...

MICF 2014 Reviews

Lindsay Webb

Lindsay Webb is a personable man. As soon as he walks on stage, he has you laughing and feeling comfortable in his capable, com...READ MORE...

MICF 2014 Reviews

Wake in Sleight

Within minutes, Reginald D. Hunter proves to be the guy you’d like as your neighbour. A warm, gentlemanly fellow, who simultane...READ MORE...

MICF 2014 Reviews

Tomfoolery

    Thomas Green takes the stage with a confidence and ease that captures the audience’s attention in an instant. He is relax...READ MORE...

MICF 2014 Reviews

So Brutal

Alexander and Voorhaar present a  show at the Highlander about many subjects: heavy metal, the lack of good tv programs, chicke...READ MORE...

Privacy Policy

Copyright Yawp 2013 All Rights Reserved