VIEWING ALL SHOWS
The Big HOO-HAA!
Fast, furious and funny, The Big HOO-HAA! is Melbourne's longest-running and best-loved weekly impro comedy show. This is a popular show in a tiny theatre: book ahead.
Murder Village: An Improvised Whodunnit
Step into the world of a classic English murder mystery, complete with mysterious characters, devilish red herrings, clever clues, and an amateur sleuth always on hand to outsmart local law officials and solve the case themselves.
Starting in March
Five performers are all working hard to make a good improv show. Well, almost all of them. Can you unmask The Saboteur before it's too late?
Elyce Phillips Pretends To Be On Tropical Holiday For 50 Minutes (Definitely Not A Scam)
Elyce Phillips is going on tropical holiday and you’re invited, ‘cause OH BOY, we could all use a nice tropical holiday right now. It’s her treat and it’s all so, so fine. Really.
Business Women’s Luncheon: Your Ticket To Financial Freedom!
Comedy queens Sarah Bartolo and Lauren Edwards are finally together in a camp journey of satirical bliss!
Tuck Shop Ladies – In Real Life
Dating online? Fallen in love with your trackies? Wondering what to do with that shitty pen or just how the hell you fold a fitted sheet?
Emmet Nichols - Not Church
Singing songs, eating bread, drinking wine… what’s not to like? The only problem with church is religion. All are welcome in the Not Church.
Innes Lloyd have teamed up with a selection of Melbourne's most talented improvisers to bring a series of completely improvised adventures in Time and Space.
Gillian Cosgriff - actually, good
Gillian Cosgriff thought she was a pessimist, but it turns out she might have a secret optimist trapped inside her. Gross.
At 10pm With Weans and Jodie
An Adelaidian + Canadian + peroxide = A stand up duo that is a good balance of wine and smokey oak with a tart and tingly finish for both of your ends.
Jazz Or A Bucket Of Blood
Join country mice Jane Watt (ABC TV) and Ange Lavoipierre (triple j, ABC Radio) as they compete to decide the dominant theme of this Bunnings-flavoured farce.
Gabbi Bolt - Odd Sock
Odd Sock is an hour of original musical comedy, stand-up and storytelling with Gabbi’s usual observational anarchy. As seen on Spicks & Specks (ABC TV).
This Too Shall Pass
A night of humour and reflection featuring a selection of comedic minds, exploring the highs and lows of their individual journeys.
Starting in April
Callum Straford Nails Everything
After reading one chapter of Eckhart Tolle’s ‘The Power of Now’, Callum Straford is ready to present and enter the “doorway into enlightenment” in front of our very eyes.
Hello, who is it?
“Briiiiing briiiiing..." Don’t pick up the phone, it could be your real estate agent asking for the rent, or a scam… or worse, your grandmother! If you hate picking up the phone as much as Steph Teitelbaum does, you’re going to love this show.
Murder Village: An Improvised Whodunnit
It’s Agatha Christie, improvised! Following an award-winning season at Sydney Fringe 2022 and sellouts at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Murder Village is back for more cunningly improvised whodunnits.
Bits Akimbo: Get in the Boot
Psst. Hey, you there. Yeah, the one with the cool disposition. It’s time. Time to get in the boot.
Poncho: Keep it Up!
A hilarious, sensual yet consensual journey of storytelling and physical humor clarifying how to be a lover in more detail than you’d imagine.
The Sim-ple Life Of Beth McLaughlan
This is a show about one woman’s love/obsession for The Sims. A show for players of the game or have never even heard of the game!
Laura Hughes Presents: Laura Hughes, Laura Hughes and some other Laura Hugheses.
After a decade overseas, Laura Hughes returns to MICF with a comedy variety show like no other. Part stand-up, part character sketch, 100% silly.
Your Mother Chucks Rocks And Shells
A comedy show by Ange Lavoipierre (triple j, ABC) located between screen-lit insomnia and bad dreams in which we try pretty much everything to escape the hell of consciousness.
Con vs Con vs Con
Who will win the bout of the century? Dozens of Cons - in dozens of corners - battle it out to secure the elusive COMEDY BELT!
Octopus Prime: Primo Octopus
Boss Octopus has returned to the stage with premium Octo-comedy!
A show by Daisy Webb about self-discovery, self-love, and a little bit of self-importance.
Pretty & Witty & Gay
A cabaret about growing up catholic and queer in 90s Australia. A fuse of comedy, drag, multimedia, and dance by the iconic THMO.
None The Wiser
The 25-year reunion show of some people you might, possibly, remember.
She’ll Be Right: A Tradie Cabaret
Here's a quote, free of charge c*nts: Russell ‘Rusty’ Bell isn’t your typical tradie. Underneath his Hi-Vis exterior beats the heart of a Broadway Star.
Musical Bang Bang
Musical Bang Bang is the best live musical you’ve never seen because it’s improvised! WHOSE LINE IS IT ANYWAY meets LITERALLY ANY MUSICAL.
Hummingbird Poetry Session no. 1
Actor, poet, and all-round dopamine seeking wild child, Jasmine, brings an immersive and interactive typewritten live poetry performance.
Get Wet with Us as Rassputin’s Wet Posse merge Burlesque with Eurovision hits to bring you all the cheese and butts you could wish for.
Two queers. Camping. Post dramatic break-up.
Do they engage in wholesome, healthy processing? Or drinking, denial and making fun of trauma?
Starting in May
If Unicorns Were Real
Is happiness just a fairytale?
F.A.A.G: Footballers Are A Godsend
After a sold out season at Melbourne Fringe Festival, Samuel Roberts is returning to the stage to kick a whole lot of goals in this stitch-inducing cabaret.
My First Time
Do you remember your first time? So do I!
Evangelos Arabatzis returns with his third season of improvised monologues, triggered by a different unknown word every night.
Mystery Radio Theatre
Be transported to the bygone world of classic radio plays.
You don’t know where you are. You don’t know what to feel. Your thoughts ricochet off every wall and the sterilising lights from the doctors office permeate every thought.
Starting in June
A Life In Movies
Since a young age Darcy has always been inspired by the gift of storytelling.
Monster Truck Extravaganza 3000
Monster Trucks. Hot Dogs. Crushed Cars. Flames. Stupid Sketch Comedy
Cabaret Night Fever
Looking for love - and some cabaret comedy gold? Ready, set, cabaret – this show by Mark Wilson comes with a laugh out loud guarantee.
Set in the world of an emotionally stunted woman on a mission to be the most special person in every room. A new dark comedy BEGGING for attention.
Starting in July
Welcome To Us!
Modern relationships are hard work! A fly on the wall look at a Welsh Lad and Aussie girl from when they first met, to his struggle of educating the masses that crisps are crisps not chips!
A Voice for Villains
In every children’s story ever told it’s easy to hate the wicked, ugly villains... but what if they had a chance to write their own fairytale?