The horn section provides the highpoint of this album, they could have been lifted straight off a classic Otis Redding or James Brown album.
A mélange of surrealism, slapstick humour, witty skits, clever songs and poignant monologues about life and accidentally eating one’s parents…
Nazeem feels comfortable on stage and his delivery is, most of the time, spot on.
Taking inspiration from the blues tradition of sharing and ‘borrowing’ music, Something Borrowed, Something Blues blends comedy, dance, music and a whole lot of audience participation in an unashamed celebration of plagiarism in all its forms.
Russell Morris certainly crams a lot into a single hour on stage. His Spiegeltent performance on Friday night was a master class in professionalism.
Children left the show excitedly, having come as close as is possible with “real” dinosaurs.
I expected much more, especially given the team who made it, and all the acting talent involved.
Melbourne based comedian Alice Fraser first came to my attention in 2015 when she featured on Wil Anderson’s Wilosophy podcast. […]
Grab your bike or your comfy shoes and head to town for a tour like no other!
Massaoke is when everybody comes together to sing, howl or scream along to their most loved hits, which are performed by a live band while the lyrics are displayed on a big screen.