Yes, you read correctly – the Melbourne Fringe Festival is giving away two looms! Weave your yarn or thread in style and be the envy of your manufacturing buddies.
This great offer coincides with the Melbourne Fringe Festival program going online and tickets on sale!
This is Siberian Husky tried to get their goat ballet up and running in time, but hit many snags including what industry insiders describe as a “severe lack of goats”. So TISH will be performing a dynamic sketch show presented in 1970s era quadraphonic sound.
To view them in the program and to purchase tickets click Quadraphonic Kaleidoscope
Further show info here!
Info about botany here!
Sunday evening TISH shall be appearing alongside a line-up of comedians. That’s not particularly unusual and is typically the case, though once TISH appeared alongside accused war criminals in the Hague and it was awkward for all concerned.
The event in question is An Early Evening of Sex Whimsy, hosted by Lou Sanz and David Quirk. It’ll be taking place Sunday 17/07 at the Workers Club Hotel, Fitzroy and look at the line-up!
The List Operators
This is Siberian Husky
Bron Batten and her twin sister
And Dungeon Crawl Sex Whimsy Style
Tix are $10 and the doors open at 6pm. It should be a very silly night.
Brand new thoughts up there. Can you see them? You can’t? Look again. No, not there… or there… that’s the wallpaper! You know what, fine. Never mind. I’ll show you. Click here. Actually, scratch that – click here. Yes, that’s better.
The Melbourne International Comedy Festival is over for another year, which means TISH can put to rest this bloody comedy nonsense for a while and concentrate on producing our ballet ‘The Nordic Goat Herder’. Frankly, we’re having trouble finding dancers to play the goats. We’ve been in discussions with a few dance companies, but I don’t think they’re taking us very seriously. Fuckers. What have you got to do? What have you got to do…
While we get ‘De Nordiske Goat Herder’ on its feet, we’ll be throwing up more audio and going into the studio to record an album version of Quadraphonic Kaleidoscope. We’ll also be posting the angry letters we send to dance troupes. Seriously, it’s a simple tale of a Scandinavian man who likes to herd goats. What’s there not to like?! Pretentious wankers…
This is Siberian Husky’s brand new sketch extravaganza Quadraphonic Kaleidoscope is playing at the 2011 Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Presented in Quadraphonic surround sound, This is Siberian Husky give you sound comedy through coloured glass.
Read a review of Quadraphonic Kaleidoscope from the Herald Sun here. “mad, ridiculous and sadistic – off-beat comedy at its best.”
Read a review of Quadraphonic Kaleidoscope from RHUM here. “Brilliant.”
TISH and Anyone for Tennis get blog all over them in Lou Sanz’s Blatantly Bias Guide to MICF. Read interview here.
And Lou Pardi indulges the tall one in an exercise in vanity. Here’s the bloody link…
Whilst the shorter of the two expresses some of their musings here.
Prepare yourselves by listening to the Quadraphonic Kaleidoscope promo EP. Plug in a good set of headphones and get sonic…