Gig number one hundred took place down at the Crown complex and was a fun way to bring up the three digits.
A last minute call up had me hosting Spleen comedy after a week of being away on the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Road Show.
A successful end to this week of gigs at the Lounge with a crowd that was pumping before the first introduction was announced.
More lessons are learned as I attempt to work on some skills I've let slide over the past couple of years. Also another great night at the Lounge.
Another night with the running order flipped leads to some interesting observations on why it was tiring me out so much.
Another great night at the Public Bar helps me learn that just because two routines have a topic in common it doesn't mean they necessarily go together.
A small spot gives me some potentially good lessons for a newer routine and a punter makes a bad mistake while talking to Brad Oakes and me.
While I'm still not feeling on top of the world the gig manages to pull me through.
As I fight off the effects of a cold I have a black hole of energy to deal with at the front of The Comic's Lounge stage.
Comedy at Felix Bar last night brought up a performance mistake that I often make when working on new material.
The finale of The Shelf had a fake Justin, video footage, a teddy bear microphone, legends of comedy and an Oscar speech. Just a typical show really...
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.
My second night at The Comic's Lounge opening the show as I slowly get back into comedic form for the year.
The latest blog has me stepping up to perform a small spot at The Comic's Lounge in the process of finding my feet in 2013.