It's the first weekend of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. That means it's time to get out there and get laughing.
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She’s quickly becoming one of our most popular performers, having won the 2021 Most Outstanding Show award. But since then, she’s engaged, and has a boat. Come and hear her chat about it all.
Geraldine Hickey is hitting the Fairfax Studio stage (Arts Centre) this Saturday and Sunday at 6pm and 5pm respectively. Check out more info here.
If you have that friend who won’t shut up about wine, bring them to this show. It’s a show where Merrick takes audiences on a journey through the world of wine, with of course a lot of his original humour littered throughout.
Yes, you’ll get to taste some wine, according to this from the MICF website, each audience member will get to taste “six wines” each of which have been handpicked by Merrick. On top of this, each attendee will go home with a pretty fancy Plumm wine glass.
Merrick Watts is hitting The Famous Spiegeltent Stage (Arts Centre) this Saturday and Sunday at 6.15pm and 5.15pm respectively. Check out more info here.
There’s no question that Lano and Woodley are two of our most legendary performers, their unique brand of humour brings elements of old school routines and new meta styles and sketch comedy.
The pair are bringing their take on Moby Dick to the Comedy Theatre, but all mightn’t be what it seems, so be prepared for a lot of laughs, and a lot of memorable moments, you’ll get to see why they are still some of the most talented performers in the country.
Lano and Woodley are hitting the Comedy Theatre stage this Saturday and Sunday at 6.30pm and 5pm respectively. Check out more info here.
He’s an expat that’s been a staple of our TV scene for several years now, dazzling Aussies with his quick-fire wit and great storytelling ability. His show On the Go perfectly encapsulates his style and will dive into all the things that make him tick.
Ross Noble is hitting the Atheneum Theatre stage this Saturday and Sunday at 7pm and 6pm respectively. Check out more info here.
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A lot happened to Jai Cameron over the last few years in lockdown, he got married, started comedy, and had a baby, which would be lot for any of us. Come and hear the 23-year old’s take on it all this weekend.
Jai Cameron is hitting the Storyville Melbourne stage this Saturday and Sunday at 1pm. Check out more info here.