Melbourne Comedy Festival 2007

News, reviews and links


Daniel Kitson takes the Barry award

Jeff Green marries in Melbourne


Suitcase Royale: Chronicles Of A Sleepless Moon

Ben Chisholm: Voicebox

Approximately 2pm August 31st 1997

Dave Jory Is Polished


Lawrence Leung Learns To Breakdance

Oliver Clark: By Request Only!

Couteney Hocking: Un-Australian

Josh Earl Is A Librarian


Mickey D: Shame 101

Sam Simmons: The Sex And Science Of Boredom

Christina Adams: Semi Rural

Rod Quantock: An Convenient Lie

Claire Hooper: Show Girl

Men Of Steel On Holiday

Daniel Townes

Mark Butler: It's Not Big, It's Not Clever

Aaron Keefe; It's Not You, It's Me

Daniel Kitson: It's The Fireworks Talking

Damian Callinan: Sportsman's Lounge

Eskimo Jokes

Tripod: How to Train an Attack Dog From Scratch

Andrew McClelland's Somewhat Ambitious Solution for Making the World a Better Place (In General)

Sammy J: Cyclone

Zack Adams: Elevator

Puppet Up! Uncensored

Corinne Grant: Have My Stuff

Chris Radburn: The Warm-up Guy

Adam Hills: Joymonger

Jackie Loeb: Things I Can't Talk About

Tommy Dassalo: The Third Guy

Danny MacGinlay: Star Spangled Bender

Tammy Anderson's Itchy Clacker

Hooray For Everything: Accept The Taxi Driver

Fiona McGary (Seen at Adelaide Fringe)

Dance Of The Flame-Retardant Monkey (Seen at Adelaide Fringe)

Dave Bloustein: Beastly (Seen at Adelaide Fringe)


Mark Watson's 24 Hour Show: Official blog. Another blog at the Sydney Morning Herald

The Age:A night with festival director Susan Provan

The Age: You musts go to a Comedy Festival show

The Age: Ross Noble interview

The Age: What's Wrong With Comedy?

The Age: Andy Zaltzman interview

Channel Nine News: Tim Minchin interview

The Australian: Festival round-up

The Western Australian: Festival overview

The Groggy Squirrel: Local comedy fanzine

The Age: Festival round-up Busting the women in comedy myth

The Age: Russell Howard interview

The Age: We Are Klang interview

Published: 7 Apr 2007

Live comedy picks

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