From Launceston to the Opera House I had a run of great gigs with the exception of one routine that I just could not quite stick the landing on. Yes, it was frustrating!
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.
I started my night off with an impressive new show by Steele Saunders and then had fun with a different feel from my audience.
I hadn't performed in this new room before and took the opportunity to work on some new material and talk about my favourite joke onstage including one of the rare times it actually worked.
A step in the right direction but also a night where I am reminded that some words carry more power than I remembered.
A new room provides an exciting night of comedy for the very strong Melbourne scene.
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.
After a comedians pulls out sick I get the call and the opportunity to jump up and host the comedy night at Spleen.
I had a fun night hosting at Checkpoint Charlie and inadvertently learned a little lesson in the process.
A new gig at Spleen Comedy night in which my set goes well but deep down I think I could have been a little better.