The Melbourne Comedy Festival is almost upon us once again. And while Dan (the very short one) is still in the United States entering church bake-offs, Simon (the moderately tall one), will be flying solo for MICF ’14.
His show is called The Earth is Flat. It’s a one man narrative show, where that bloody show-off talks to himself in silly voices for 50 minutes. But what’s it about? Here’s the spiel:
One man. Many characters. One epic tale…A medieval cardinal hatches a dastardly plot to convince humanity the Earth is flat. The key to his plan: Clive Palmer. Only the janitor at the Melbourne Museum stands in their way. A story of power, redemption and a big drill. This is Siberian Husky’s Simon Godfrey weaves together a host of characters into a tapestry of absurdity.
Hmm, intriguing! Hope to see y’all there.
The Melbourne International Comedy Festival has come to an end and I, for one, blame Einstein. I think we can all agree there is no need to qualify that statement.
Thanks to all who braved the sweat and equine dangers to see This is Siberian Husky’s Boneshaker. As promised, it was a hell of a ride. The show was named in the Herald Sun’s top five shows to see during the festival and to top it all off, This is Siberian Husky performed at the Moosehead Benefit on closing night.
Boneshaker was produced with assistance from the Moosehead Awards and the Comedy Channel and with no help whatsoever from Albert Einstein, whose theories on warping of space-time continue to be bothersome.
Check out Milk Bar’s picks of the fest!
This is Siberian Husky’s 2012 MICF show Boneshaker on sale now!
Also on sale is This is Siberian Husky’s line of humourous iron mallets. Amuse your work colleagues by thrashing their desk in a blind rage! Only 49 doubloons!
But enough about iron mallets.
View This is Siberian Husky’s latest sketch comedy odyssey, Boneshaker on the comedy festival website
This is Siberian Husky have been awarded a Moosehead Award to stage their 2012 Melbourne International Comedy Festival show – Boneshaker.
The fools! Little do the Moosehead Committee know that the show is really a means to sell our line of mediocre cosmetics to the world! Ha ha!
And now, the show…
This Is Siberian Husky are here to drag you by your fancy pocket watches in their latest sketch comedy adventure – Boneshaker, an unsettling trip through the dank laneways of the rampantly absurd & ridiculously battered.
Forget your gears, come ride the Boneshaker.
Coming March 2012 to the Melbourne International Comedy Festival
Judgement has been passed on the Kaleidoscope in its 2011 Melbourne Fringe setting.
Put on a sweet, soulful Temptations LP and reminisce with us of nights gone by:
And from 78-year-old Reginald McCabe, of Essendon North – click Quadraphonic Mirrored Tube Review
In other news our staged seating has passed safety regulation, so to up the ante we shall be performing our next few shows balanced precariously upon them, poised over a collection of discarded car antennas – The bar has been raised.
Quadraphonic Kaleidoscope’s Melbourne Fringe Festival season commences this Thursday the 29th of September at Club Voltaire, North Melbourne.
The gramophones are fired up, the trained tortoises are on strike but we soldier on.
For further information and to give your browser some brief excitement, click here
29/09 – 8/10 7.30pm @ Club Voltaire
14 Raglan Street, North Melbourne
‘mad, ridiculous and sadistic – off-beat comedy at its best’ **** – Herald Sun
5/5 ‘Brilliant’ – RHUM
Wednesday August 31st This is Siberian Husky will be performing at Hot Templar Nights – an evening of intelligent disturbing comedy @ Madame Brussels.
The line-up is superb!
• Lawrence Mooney
• Xavier Michelides
• Anna Log
• This Is Siberian Husky
• Tegan Marie Higginbotham
• Alasdair Tremblay- Birchall
• Simon Keck
Tickets are $20 Adult or $15 Concession and can be booked via MADAME@MADAMEBRUSSELS.COM
Pimms and comedy – how can you go wrong?