Melbourne International Comedy Festival reviews 2015 |

Melbourne International Comedy Festival reviews 2015

Adam Hills: Clown Heart

Alan Brough & Casey Bennetto The Narelles

Angus Hodge: Slow Death of the Spirit Animal

Anne Edmonds: You Know What I'm Like

Aunty Donna

Ben Russell: The Tokyo Hotel

Blake Mitchell: High Noon At Yum Yum Mountain

Ceremony With Dr Brown and Sam Simmons

Claire Hooper: School Camp

Clara Cupcakes: The Merchant of Whimsy

Clem Bastow: Escape To LA

Comedy Zone Asia

Corey White: The Cane Toad Effect

Damien Power: I Can't Believe I Cared

Daniel Kitson: Polyphony

David Quirk: Thrasher

DeAnne Smith: Get Into It

Dilruk Jayasinha: Immigrateful Doug Anthony All Stars

Eddie Sharp: Magnum Opus

An Evening With Sammy J And Randy

Frenchy: Live & Lanky

Gen Fricker: Monsterpussy

Hannah Gadsby: Donkey

Harmon Leon: Yank Me



The Heckler movie

Heidi O’Loughlin: A Woman Talking

Helen Duff Vanity Bites Back

Huw Joseph: Songs That Will Never Leave My Bedroom

Jen Kirkman; I'm Gonna Die Alone (And I Feel Fine)

Joel Creasey: The Hurricane

John Kearns: Shtick

Jonestown: Guinea Pigs

Juan Vesuvius in Calypso Nights

Kate Dehnert: Pony Yell

Kitty Flanagan: Seriously?

Laura Davis: Ghost Machine

Lawrence Leung: The Escapist

Lawrence Mooney: Surely Not

Matt Okine: The Other Guy

Max & Ivan: The End

Michael Hing: Much Ado About Not Hing

Nazeeem Hussian: Legally Brown

Papa CJ: Naked

Penny Greenhalgh: Pop Pop

Puddles Pity Party

Raw Comedy National Final

Rob Caruana: Learn Comedy

Ronny Chieng: You Don't Know What You're Talking About

Sam Campbell: Cambo's On Top

Sam Simmons: Spaghetti For Breakfast

Sarah Kendall: A Day In October

The Sound Of Nazis

Steen Raskopoulos: Character Assassin

Suren Jayemanne: Eat Praline, Die

Susie Youssef: Owl Eyes On You

Trygve Wakenshaw: Nautilus

Watson: Who's Afraid Of The Dark

Wizard Sandwiches: Lettuce Play

Published: 2 Apr 2015

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