In September I had no idea what my new show would be about. After four nights in Adelaide I not only know but I have the show ready to go. Hammo digs "snacks"!
Black Wednesday hits the festival and I prepare for the worst...only to be surprised at how well the night turns out.
The first night of the Edinburgh Fringe has finally happened and it is all systems go go go!
My final gig in Australia for six weeks gave me a real opportunity to work on some material for Edinburgh.
My first gig in Adelaide for this run was at the Marion Hotel and ended up being such a fun night I'm not really certain of the set list.
Last night may have been the best show of the run as the audience was spectacular and I discovered a new way to approach my performance.
I managed to check out two shows before heading into my solo show. Then it was off to the Festival Club for a spot of hosting.
Two big gigs and a general malaise of fatigue: it must be Suicide Wednesday at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
A sneak preview of "Johnny Loves Mary Forever 1994" was the reward for people who bought season tickets to The Shelf and were a part of a night where everything came together quite nicely.
The final show brings an end to the Adelaide Fringe for 2014 and poses a new problem to be solved.
Three gigs but only one of them turns out to be fun on this Friday night at the Adelaide Fringe.
Humid weather, most of Adelaide hungover and new friends make for a unique night at the Adelaide Fringe...yet still feels like the ultimate Fringe experience.
A day away from the Fringe and another rock solid show make for an excellent end to the first week of my season at the Adelaide Fringe.
Two shows in one night and finishing the day surrounded by burlesque performers means Friday finished on a high.
Interviews and media night make for a long day going into the fourth show of my Adelaide Fringe season.
The first show of the Adelaide Fringe run of "Johnny Loves Mary Forever 1994" has kicked off and I'm feeling relieved that we're finally on our way.
After taking a mini break from gigs it was a good feeling to get back onstage at The Kodiak Club in Fitzroy.
With Lehmo knocked out of the game with the dreaded gastro I was elevated from host to headliner and changed my game plan accordingly.
A more sedate gig than the previous night lends itself to a smaller blog and more progress achieved onstage.
Brawls, drunken women, hecklers, cops...this is exactly how you want your Friday night gig to play out, right?