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!
From back pain to Interstellar, it was an interesting week for my new routines as they entered their awkward teenage years.
A new format for the blog covering my gigs at Five Boroughs, Spleen, The Imperial Hotel, The Public Bar, The Local and the debate for the Essendon Football Club.
A big day of comedy where I made more changes to my show and saw a former protege kick it and original comedy hero nail it in their respective shows.
I arrived at the gig feeling quite tired but luckily for me the audience was more than happy to bring the energy I was so sorely lacking.
A small audience means the week ends professionally but a little indifferently.
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 second gig at The Local appears to have me back on track after the drama of the previous two weeks.
In the latest blog I use a gig at one of my favourite rooms to help get me back on track after hearing some bad news.
For my gig at The Local I set out with a couple of personal goals in mind before hitting the stage.
A return to The Local allows me to churn out some longer sets and work on a bunch of new material.
A wild and crazy day in Melbourne lends itself to a night of ad libs and new ideas at one of our newest rooms Agent 284.
After too much time I finally returned to host one of my long time favourite gigs, Janet McLeod's Monday night show "The Local".