COMEDY FESTIVAL 2024
Ally Morgan has acted in countless commercials. Now, the face that launched a thousand products is ready to launch… herself.
Brave and Bold
After playing packed-out extra shows at Melbourne Fringe, Doug Rintoul is coming to a Melbourne International Comedy Festival near you. (This one.)
Don't Go Jason Waterfalls
Jason Geary (Thank God You’re Here) performs a night of character and sketch comedy in his first ever solo show, 25 years in the making.
Lauren Bok: Boklesque
Award-winning comedian and burlesque jester Lauren Bok brings you a one-woman variety show of tease, hilarity and monsters of mayhem!
Trick or Treatment
Come on a science comedy journey through the wild and weird and occasionally effective world of alternative medicine with Alanta Colley as your test subject.
Alice Gilbert and Liam Hickson bring you a variety sketch show that explores the themes of life and death, inspired by the golden age of horror.
Act Like I'm Not Here
"An hour in Mish Wittrup's delightful and cheerful company is an absolute joy." ★★★★ CHORTLE
Falling Asleep In Front Of The TV At 3am: The 4-D Experience!
Experience the thrill of watching free-to-air TV at 3am in this bizarre hour of interactive sketch comedy with Elyce Phillips!
Murder Village: An Improvised Whodunnit MICF 2024
It’s Agatha Christie, improvised! After a sell-out Comedy Festival run last year, the award-winning festival favourite Murder Village is back with more cunningly improvised whodunnits.
Knows, No's, Nose
A comedy about two clowns who live in a share house as they navigate the complexities of living as clowns.
Innes Lloyd: Mina vs. The Martians
In this thrilling adventure, monster expert Dr Mina Harker fights along the Western Front of the Great War, pitted against Invaders from Mars. Can she save the world?
Cabaret Unscripted - MICF 2024
A one-of-a-kind show that transports audiences to the glitz and glamour of a 1930s cabaret club.
Mel McGlensey is Motorboat
Part woman, part boat, all clown.
A Day In The Life Of A Lesbian Bank Robber
Some people dress casual, some go glam. For the Tuck Shop Ladies it happens to be Lesbian Bank Robber Black.
Car? Crashed. Job? Sacked. Bags? Packed - did someone say ‘Euro Summer’!?
Welcome to Malcolm and Muchka’s super-happy-happy-fun-happy-hour-happy.
Armed with a guitar, a mic and her shit list, Australia's No.1 artist and poet Sez invites you on her journey to find enlightenment via the bogs of this great nation.
Neptune Henriksen – Being A Woman For Money
Sex sells, but gender sells out. An absurdist look at gender, desirability, and capitalism through a queer lens, from critically-acclaimed Neptune Henriksen.
The Von Donk Family Old-Timey Vaudeville Revue
Louisa and Andy Von Donk relive their family’s vaudeville glory days, from silent film to 80s synth, after their parent’s untimely death in a freak tap-dance mishap.
F**k Around And Find Out If It's Any Good
Hello! It’s me Sydney’s laziest drag queen Brendan Hancck and you are indecently invited to my show Fck Around And Find It’s Any Good! Told on a grand piano (digital yamaha) expect a few camp numbers, a love letter to lesbians and a dash of debauchery from “a notorious homosexual” (Time Out Sydney)
Op Shop ‘Till You Drop
A brand new comedy musical, featuring an original score composed by Victoria Angelique Mertzanidis (she/they).
Karate Man – A Live-Action Video Game
Karate Man is the world’s first playable video game comedy show, created by absurdist sketch superstars Bruno Dubosarsky and Daniel Scarratt.
Meaty Sue’s Big Farma
Big Farma is an absurd, silly and queer show with a Kath and Kim twist.