A show to die for
Chronically ill and disabled people are already familiar with judging risks to their lives. What can they teach the performing…
How stand-up comedy is helping cancer patients tell their stories
The therapeutic possibilities of comedy are being explored at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre through workshops run by Rachel Berger.
Comedy review: Carolyn Swindell, Nice Lady MP
Perfectly timed in the lead up to the Federal election, a former political advisor offers some insider information.
Comedy review: Nicky Barry, It's What She Would Have Wanted
A loving (and hilarious) tribute to a friendship of boozy hijinks and smoking dhurries.
Comedy review: Matt Harvey, Wage Against The Machine
Making chuckles out of the not- so- funny realities of being a casual wage-earner.
Comedy review: Lizzy Hoo, Who Cares?
A gentle trawling of her own and her family's quirks and peccadilloes for laughs.
Comedy review: Ivan Aristeguieta, Happy Papi
Enjoying the business of making people happy.
Comedy review: Anthony Locascio, Don't Call Me A Wog! (An E̶t̶h̶n̶i̶c̶ Comedy Story)
Peeling back the multi-layers of a Greek-Italian-Australian identity.
Comedy review: Dilruk Jayasinha, Dil'icious
A gregarious pusher of boundaries and a spinner of tales.
Comedy review: The Late Nite PowerPoint Comedy Showcase
A changing line-up of PowerPoint presenters fire up the software program to beguile, confuse and amuse.