Your New Year’s resolution might be anything - from learning Portuguese to breaking out of prison – but the core principle behind it is the same: you have many shortcomings that must be addressed, one at a time, in a superficial, annual format.
The vulnerability in CJ’s material about his childhood in India, to the downward spiral brought about by his divorce, could at times transcend the boundaries of age and cultural backgrounds. Sophie Minissale reviews.
"Even if you think you’re not into this type of humour, I assure you you’ll giggle helplessly when there’s a man on stage by himself - shamelessly and wholeheartedly- re-enacting a bad ‘doggy style’ experience." Aleasha Sanchez-Lawson reviews.
"Like a quality, aged bottle of wine, consuming Wil Sylvince’s stand-up is sure to have you feeling very happy and more than a little giggly. I’d recommend enjoying with a few friends on a cool winter’s night at His Majesty’s Theatre." Nic Monisse reviews.
A regular on a cut of Australian TV shows and active since the '90s, Akmal brought his cheek to the comedy-starved west last week as part of the Perth Comedy Festival. Monty Lloyd snorts with laughter and reviews.
Considering Halligan is an established comedic writer I was surprised with how sloppy the show was. It wasn’t just the provincial cultural transgressions that left me unmoved; the whole show was a lukewarm mess.