Tag: Fringe 2013 comedy reviews

FRINGE 2013 – Eddie Ifft – 2K

If you’re into a highly rude, crude show (that probably should be classified as R rated comedy) then this is definitely the show for you. But if not, don’t go – don’t say we didn’t warn you! 2K

FRINGE 2013 The Angry Cabbie – The Maid – 3K

by Alana Massalsky When you’ve been working in a job for 16 years there’s likely to be a few things that piss you off about it, regardless of what you do.  If you’ve spent those years working as a cabbie it’s probably a miracle you don’t have occupationally induced anger management issues.  Mark Martin, the …

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FRINGE 2013 Victoria Healy’s Anatomy – Gluttony – 2.5K

By Vincent Coleman Victoria Healy is a female comedian. There is an awful stereotype around female comedians, that being that they are either a) not funny, or b) they are funny, at the expense of their own dignity. Personally, I disagree with both of these sentiments. Women can be, and often are, funny as fuck. …

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FRINGE 2013 – Golden Phung Sell Out – 4K

By Peter Maddern The Golden Phung crowd are back for their third Fringe season and they are certainly worth their price of admission. This show, superior to last year’s efforts, reflects the cast’s growing stage experiences, not just in the Phung seasons but through their own individual stage careers. This can be seen in such …

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FRINGE 2013 – Inside By Frank Woodley & Simon Yates – 2.5K

A brave attempt at no doubt a new angle for Mr Woodley’s comedic talents, but Inside just doesn’t much work.

FRINGE 2013: Comedy – Lords of Luxury – Tuxedo Cat – 3K

The Lords of Luxury (Dan Debuf, Luke Ryan, Matt Saraceni and Paul Verhoeven) have made a bit of a name for themselves via their comedy podcasts. They bring their particular brand of humour to the Tuxedo Cat this Fringe. There’s not a lot to this show: four friends on a mostly blank stage, a few …

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FRINGE 2013 – Amos Gill – Rhino Room – 3.5K

For those who want to brag about ‘being there before he got famous’, your venture this Fringe may well end with Amos Gill – young, bright, engaging with a worldly view that will only increasingly delight as time goes on. 3.5K

FRINGE 2013 – Arj Barker – Arts Theatre – 4K

Good having you back Arj. 4K