Posted by The Events Editorial Team
23. Apr, 2012
|June 25, 2012|
Every Monday Spleen Bar turns those early week blues into guffaws and a bit of schadenfraude with their free weekly stand-up night. The stage’s open to anyone from established comics to up-and-comers so you never you know what you’ll get (like a mixed bag of lollies.)
A few famous comics have been known to drop by too, and in the past year the likes of Wil Anderson, Charlie Pickering and Adam Hills have swanned on by. Get gigglin’.
WHEN: Every Monday from 8.30pm
WHERE: Spleen Bar, 41 Bourke Street, Melbourne
We chat to the ventriloquist about sticking his hand up dummies, the power of puppets and his new show set in Footscray.
This weekend over 100 Melbourne buildings are opening their doors giving a glimpse behind the facade.
Three Melbournians who work, live and breath architecture are sharing their knowledge in a series of walking tours. We tag along.
The Little Death is an Aussie gem that makes you get uncomfortable and laugh about sex at the same time.
Check these pesky teens back in action, in Oz no less!
The Comedy Festival brings performer, Byrony Kimmings's hilarious "Sex Idiot" tales.