VIEWING COMEDY FESTIVAL 2022
SO MUCH GREAT COMEDY
A History of Hanky Panky
Australia's only archaeologist/comedian, KC Martin-Stone, brings a witty and inclusive exploration of humankind's glorious sexual history.
Tell Me I Suck
Join Isaac Haigh as he attempts to brutally murder his ego with his weapons of choice: sketch, stand-up and musical comedy.
After years of trying to blend in as a foreigner in Australia, Candice D'Arcy is finally ready to stand out.
Murder Village: An Improvised Whodunnit MICF 2022
Following a sell-out run with extra shows at the 2021 Melbourne Comedy Festival, Murder Village is back for more cunningly improvised whodunnits.
Alice Tovey: One Night Only (Over 7 Nights)
Alice Tovey is bringing her biggest hits to the stage where it all began.
Isabella Valette: How Far I’ll Go
Isabella lifts the lid on the ridiculous and publicly embarrassing extents artists will go to, with unbelievably chaotic and hilarious true stories.
Your long-overdue play date with Six Inches Uncut: cabaret goblin, gender clown, and your very own, very grown-up imaginary friend.
Relax Your Knees
Frankie McNair screams their favourite jokes in a grubby mix of standup, non sequitur sketch comedy and queer vibes (chef's kiss).
Hey Hey It’s The Butterfly Club
Game Boys Comedy are taking Hey Hey from your living room to the stage!
Half Steam Ahead!
A cruise ship. Staffed, operated and inhabited solely by Con Coutis.
Superforecasters are everyday people; they’re just like us, only better.
Anna Piper Scott: Such An Inspiration
Get ready for an unforgettable, hilarious, better-than-ever performance. No pressure, right?
Ange Lavoipierre: I’ve Got 99 Problems And Here Is An Exhaustive List Of Them
99 problems. 50 minutes. 1 woman. 1 spider suit. An insufficient number of solutions. No refunds.
A sketch comedy show featuring 3 drag kings, in a feminist character-driven exploration of office politics and business men culture. It’s some certified Gay Shit™.
Young, Dumb and Full of Mum
Don’t call Rose Callaghan a “mum”. She’s an intelligent, alluring, bisexual Scorpio with E cup boobs and a newly issued probationary licence who just so happens to the be the proud owner of a baby.
The Very Model of a Modern Major Musical
Andrew McClelland and Martine Wengrow in a frantic hour of musical comedy - written for a cast of ninety, performed by a cast of two.
Strap on your spurs and high-tail it on over to the latest romp by Clara Cupcakes, one of Australia’s finest slingers of stupidity.
I Hope My Keyboard Doesn't Break
Originally from Bathurst, Gabbi Bolt became an overnight success the usual way; singing duets with former PM Kevin Rudd on TikTok during the pandemic.
A Bond Among Us
David S. Innes and Rob Lloyd pay homage to a long lasting film series with a satirical adventure from the perspective of a henchman.
Dazza and Keif Reenact the Titanic Movie Playing All the Roles
James Cameron’s 1997 blockbuster film like you've never seen it before.
Hot Chick/ Tired Mum
Steph Broadbridge an hour jam packed with jokes and songs. Have a couple of espresso martinis and a power nap and come along. It’s well worth the wait.
Garry Starr: Greece Lightning
An overzealous idiot attempts to perform all of Greek Mythology in less than 60 minutes in order to save his Hellenic homeland from economic ruin.
To Schapelle And Back
Set to the soundtrack of the 2000s, To Schapelle and Back is a dark comedy by Alex Hines drenched in Australiana nostalgia.
Kaine! - I’m A Clock and You Cant Stop Me
A new musical comedy show by Kaine!
Is This Anything?
Anna Piper Scott takes the stage for an experimental performance, with only her quick wit, the audience and the waning influence of her ADHD medication.
Patrick Collins - I’m Not a Mime
What does it mean to be a mime in today's world? Patrick wouldn't know because Patrick is not a mime.
Everything Is A Lie
What's the secret to having it all? Turns out Lauren Edwards has no idea, but what she does have is a charming wit and cynical attitude.
Love Don’t Cost A King
A brand new, all-original Drag King musical.
Grant Busé: SentiMENTAL!
An unforgettable, music-fuelled deconstruction of our selective memories.
★★★★★ "Must See" - The Scotsman (UK).