Category: Comedy

Review: Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow 2017

It never ceases to amaze us how time and time again, Australia is able to produce a seemingly endless supply of good comedians each year when the Melbourne International Comedy Festival (MICF) Roadshow rolls around. Perhaps it has something to do with that cheeky Aussie spirit, where anything goes and no subject goes unturned without

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Artist Spotlight: An Interview with Comedian Nath Valvo

Comedian Nath Valvo has become one of the international comedy scene’s fastest rising stars, with sell out shows across major comedy and fringe festivals and regular spots on various television programmes in Australia. The thirty-something year old has made light of literally everything in his life, from parents, to age and sexuality, to his hatred

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Preview: Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow 2017

Summer heat getting you weary? Never fear, Australia’s largest comedy festival is back on tour to bring you the freshest and funniest acts! This week, get yourself down to the KC Arts Centre for the 2017 edition of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow! From sketches to song, physical comedy to standup, you’ll be guffawing

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Review: Boeing Boeing by W!ld Rice

Mile-high mayhem may be looming on the horizon, but whichever Star Alliance member you end up flying with, be it Singapore Airlines, Air China or Air India, your ‘in-flight’ entertainment is guaranteed as W!ld Rice returns with a riotous fourth staging of a comedy classic. Boeing Boeing has always been one of W!ld Rice’s classic bestsellers.

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Review: Chef – Bibimbap VS Chilli Crab by Resorts World Sentosa

From the creator of smash hit performances NANTA and Jump comes an all new collaboration between Korea and Singapore. Resorts World Sentosa presents Choi Chul Ki’s CHEF: Bibimbap VS Chilli Crab, a dance-comedy-musical extravaganza featuring a battle of culinary skills between two chefs. Much of CHEF revolves around the act of clowning, often employing irreverent humour through its two very talented MCs – Park

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Preview: The Memory of Water by Wag The Dog Theatre

Wag The Dog Theatre bursts onto the local theatre scene with a production of an Olivier Award winning comedy.  2017 marks the entry of yet another addition to the evergrowing slew of theatre companies in Singapore with Wag the Dog Theatre. This June, ready yourselves for the newest player on the theatre scene when Wag

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Preview: Underbelly Festival

If you’re in London this summer, amidst the plethora of summer concerts and warm weather, central London has its share of thrills and spills for the theatre lover as well! Over at the Southbank in central London, the annual Udderbelly Festival and London Wonderground have joined forces to become one mega festival of affordable live entertainment –

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Preview: Army Daze 2

  In 2012, Michael Chiang’s Army Daze celebrated its 25th anniversary with a new production directed by Beatrice Chia-Richmond which received a sold-out run. Five years on, Chiang has decided that it’s time to update the now thirty year old script by writing an all new sequel: Army Daze 2.  Premiering in August 2017, the all-new play tracks

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Preview: The Bald Soprano by young & w!ld

The latest young & w!ld batch graduates this June with their final show: a production of Eugene Ionesco’s absurdist comedy about the tragedy of language The Bald Soprano.  Over the course of one madcap evening, six characters meet. As they engage in conversation, sense and nonsense collide. Platitudes replace substance. And dialogue becomes drama. Soon enough,

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Preview: Noose & Kakis 2… My PSLE Is Better Than Yours

After a successful transfer to the stage in 2016, Channel 5’s hit news spoof television programme returns with more madcap sketches and sidesplitting jokes, as the crazy crew of Noose reporters and their stand-up comedian friends tackle the bastion of Singapore’s meritocratic society – education! . Starring the now familiar faces of Chua En Lai, Alaric Tay, Suhaimi

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