Tim Batt went to a screening at the Documentary Edge Festival, the screening he sat in featured all three of the following:
24 hours. That’s how long the record stood for hardest review I’d had to write for a Comedy Festival show.
Last year I saw Reginald D. Hunter as part of the Comedy Festival. His show hinged upon one big giant rape joke he did smack in the middle of his set.
Eastend Cabaret is the type of show that isn’t for everyone. It’s for most people. But not for everyone.
I’ll copy/paste the blurb for Des’ show to set some context: In February 2013, Des moved to China for a year so he could learn enough Mandarin to perform stand-up to a Chinese audience. He even starred on China’s biggest dating show. Now he’s here to share these hilarious and unique experiences with you.
Sanjay Parbhu has been performing as a comedian for around 7 years, since graduating from the NZ comedy fest initiative “Class Comedians” while still in high school. This is his debut solo show.
This show boasts two of the best up and comers on the Wellington comedy circuit.
I don’t laugh at stand-up comedy a whole lot any more. I have performed it a bit. I’ve seen it an awful lot more. I’ve watched it on TV. I’ve reviewed it.
As well as going to watch Singin’ in the Rain, this weekend also saw me and Kim going to watch Ricky Martin at the TSB Arena. Big weekend.
I was invited to review Singin’ in the Rain and despite my lack of musical theatre knowledge I thought it would be a good chance to get the reviewing muscles warmed up in advance of the Comedy Festival.
Before you read this review you should watch a minute or so of this video. It’s of a Wii game called Smooth Moves (skip to like 4:45).
By James J. Robertson There’s a lot of naming in Ian McEwan’s most recent novel, ‘The Children Act.’
I love the Reverend Horton Heat. It’s important to get that disclaimer out of the way. The other disclaimer is I got this album FOR FREE.
By Dave ‘Wisely’ Mitchell. One of the perils of going to the cinema is that generally you cannot pick who sits around you.
Lord Sutch took me on a ‘date’ to the World of Wearable Arts Award Show (WOW). It was amazing. It also gave me an opportunity to spread my wings
I was asked if I’d like to review the World of WearableArt