It was the 19th anniversary of my first ever gig back in 1994 and I celebrate the only way a single, tired man can.
Even when behind the scenes machinations disappoint you two fun gigs can make it all worthwhile.
There is a healthy dose of paranoia onstage as I start to wonder just what are those girls sitting on my left laughing at...?
The fiftieth gig for the year is up and ends up being...a gig.
A comedian goes over time early in the show and in the process ruins the show to a certain extent.
I had a lot of fun at this gig as I was inspired by the staff to bring out an old routine from the vault.
Things get back on track for the gig at The Comic's Lounge, due in part to my manager coming down to watch the gig. Yes, I did my best to show off and impress her.
It was this night that I suddenly realised I might have a new responsibility with this ongoing blog. (Warning: responsibility may be all in my head)
The first night of my residency at The Comic's Lounge for the Melbourne International Comedy Festival is fun, fun, fun!