Posted by Luke Applebee
07. Apr, 2012
|April 13, 2012 8:00 pm||to||April 14, 2012 8:00 pm|
Rob Lloyd explores his fascination with the enduring SF cult classic Doctor Who and how it has apparently ruined his life in his new comedy festival show at St. Ali.
In the guise of David Tennant’s portrayal of the tenth Doctor, Rob laces his humour with enough in-jokes to satisfy the Who-vians while drawing on broader themes such as obsession and morality to coax laughs from the rest.
BYO sonic screwdriver.
WHEN: Until 21 April, 8pm
WHERE: St Ali Café at Yarra Place, South Melbourne
Milk Bar Mag chatted to comedy duo Andy Matthews and Matt Stewart about Logistical Nightmare, their show at the Melbourne Comedy Festival and the other happenings in their lives.
We chat to the ventriloquist about sticking his hand up dummies, the power of puppets and his new show set in Footscray.
This weekend SO:ME Space at South Melbourne Market puts on a show of daggers, broken arrows and hearts for those anti-Valentine’s Day people out there...
Rules for Living is a marvellous and hilarious comedy looking at the murky waters of family Christmas.
Joana Simmons is bringing her comedy-cabaret show Confessions Of An Aerobics Instructor to the Butterfly Club.
Award winning comedian Michael Shafar's new comedy show Jewish-ish is set to hit Melbourne Fringe.