Don’t miss The Fairytale Lives of Russian Girls in Melbourne

Loved this show! Lucky enough to attend as a guest on Opening Night and just loved it. Mix of fairytales, mystery and enchantment. The darkness of the tales is broken up by the well-timed comedy throughout. Talented actors and a brilliant set. Just a few nights left in Melbourne so get down to see it! … Continue reading Don’t miss The Fairytale Lives of Russian Girls in Melbourne

The Tirhatuan Sanctuary is the perfect Melbourne getaway

This was exactly the stay I needed! Sanctuary is the perfect word for Manuela's beautiful space at The Tirhatuan Sanctuary. The moment I walked in I felt the tension from my body go and knew I was in a warm and welcoming place. The decor in her home is incredible and you feel very much … Continue reading The Tirhatuan Sanctuary is the perfect Melbourne getaway

Cath Styles in SHIFT at Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2016

EXCITING TIMES! My gorgeous and talented friend Cath is back at Melbourne International Comedy Festival with a brand new show, SHIFT!

I’ve always found it fascinating how Cath juggles her professional career psychiatric nursing, with her passion and love for comedy. She nails both but add in family, friends, and life as well as your two work lives…. things get interesting.

It’s on from 5-17th April and we’ve got 2 x Double Passes to giveaway.

Tell us when and how you have lived a double life?

You can pick the date you would like to attend – just answer in the comments below!

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We invite you to explore the craziness of a way of life where strange is normal, and normal is strange as Cath Styles presents her new show SHIFT at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2016.

Cath Styles has been a psychiatric nurse for 25 years, and a comedian for 10. Between the nights, evenings, weekends and holidays she’s worked in both jobs, she’s never had a weekend off. Ever! Shift is the show where both her worlds collide, and explores her on again, off again, love affair with her (paying!) job.

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No stranger to finding the funny in the dark and bizarre, the creator of festival favourite Darkness and Light blends stand-up and storytelling to tell touching, and twisted tales of her enduring 25 year fling with psych nursing.

The show will run from April 5 to 17 at The Downstairs Lounge at the Grand Mercure Hotel at 6.30pm. Details for…

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Kirsty Mac presents MANFLU at Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2016

Kirsty Mac is bold, unapologetic and damn funny. She's bringing her new show to Melbourne and it opens tonight. Manflu! I've seen a number of Kirsty's performance and love her wit, way with words and her ability to bring the laughs with the most serious of subject matter. A bit more about the show: What … Continue reading Kirsty Mac presents MANFLU at Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2016

Lauren Bok presents Is that A Burrito In Your Pocket Or Are You Just Happy You Have A Burrito – #MICF 2016

I'm so excited to see Lauren Bok in her first solo show, Is That A Burrito In Your Pocket Or Are You Just Happy You Have A Burrito - #MICF 2016! It opened last night and tonight will be my first night at the show! This super talented lady has been in a number of ensemble … Continue reading Lauren Bok presents Is that A Burrito In Your Pocket Or Are You Just Happy You Have A Burrito – #MICF 2016

Juan Vesuvius presents “Calypso Nights, Juan Two?” at MICF 2016

Last year I saw Juan Vesuvius perform his clown DJ show, Calypso Nights, at Melbourne International Comedy Festival and it was an absolute stand out! It's stayed in my mind and I'm so excited to be seeing "Juan Two?" tonight! Getting my Calypso moves ready and hunting down the maracas! Come along for opening night. … Continue reading Juan Vesuvius presents “Calypso Nights, Juan Two?” at MICF 2016

Epic bike fails of Melbourne

Since living in Melbourne I've vowed to get back into my commuting lifestyle of the cyclist. With all my good intentions, it's turned out to be nothing but epic failures. Perhaps having a half decent bike would have been a good start to my cycling habits but alas no. I tried to dust off my … Continue reading Epic bike fails of Melbourne