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The Anarchist Guild Social Committee Returns! – 12/01/2014

The Anarchist Guild Social Committee Returns!
When
Sunday, January 12, 2014
4:30pm - Melbourne's hit sketch group from three years ago returns for one show only! Featuring a guest appearance from Ben McKenzie. - All Ages Buy Tickets
Where
Level 1, Trades Hall Corner of Victoria & Lygon Streets
Carlton South (enter off Lygon Street)
Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Other Info
After more than three years, Melbourne’s sketch comedy super-group return to the stage with a brand new show!

Starring all your old favourites:
Celia Pacquola
Tegan Higginbotham
Andrew McClelland
Richard McKenzie
and Nick Caddaye

With special appearances from Dave Bushell, Ben McKenzie & Kelly Fastuca!

Plus guests galore:
Lawrence Leung
Yianni
The Von Muiznieks Family Singers
WATSON
and more!

Come and see the hottest comedy team of 2008 as they try to recapture past glories!

It will be like travelling back in time except with less temporal anomalies and all-new material.

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Trade Aid: The Anarchist Guild Social Committee AGM – 03/04/2010

Trade Aid: The Anarchist Guild Social Committee AGM
When
Saturday, April 3, 2010
11:30pm - Sketch show raising funds for cancer research. - 18+ Buy Tickets
Where
Trades Hall (map)
Corner of Lygon and Victoria Streets
Carlton, Victoria, Australia
Other Info
The Anarchist Guild Social Committee calls to order its second Annual General Meeting. Sparkling sketch comedy ahoy, brimming with top-shelf talent and soaked through with special guests and hilarity, and all proceeds go to Peter Mac!

Featuring (among others) Ben McKenzie and DeAnne Smith!

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Set phasers to “Laugh”…?

So said the Melbourne International Comedy Festival iPhone app. It seems they truly have embraced the way of the geek – if not entirely successfully.

Anyway, the Man in the Lab Coat will be out and about a lot this year, and while a new solo science show is still a little way off – there is one in the making, I promise! – there’s no shortage of opportunities to see me be funny.

The biggest news is that the Melbourne Museum Comedy Tour is back and bigger than ever! For the first time we have international tour guides, not six but nine performances, and no Ben McKenzie. Yes, it’s true, I am producing but not performing this year, but that just means someone else will be writing new dinosaur jokes for your edification! As well as the tour, there’s also Melbourne Museum Lunchtime Comedy, a Saturday lunchtime series science and history based comedy from some of the smartest stars of the Comedy Festival. The whole thing’s so big now that it deserves its own web site – so I’ve given it one. Head over to museumcomedy.com to find out who’s on when and where!

The main reason I won’t be doing jokes about dinosaurs is because I’ll be too busy doing jokes about dragons. Yes, the sell-out, literally underground hit of the Melbourne Fringe Festival, +1 Sword, returns for another season at Caz Reitops Dirty Secrets in Collingwood. If you’ve ever wondered what Dungeons & Dragons is all about, now’s your chance to wield a wand and swing a sword and learn everything you never knew you could know about the world’s first and most popular fantasy role-playing game. And if that’s not enough, for three nights only you can watch some of your favourite comedians from around the festival go on the archetypal monster-killing, treasure collecting adventure in the improvised show, Dungeon Crawl. You can find out lots more about the show over at my production company web site, Shaolin Punk.

Plus, I’ll be doing a few guest spots around the festival, including the comedy festival special edition of Political Asylum and the second Annual General Meeting of my old sketchtastic friends, the Anarchist Guild Social Committee. Details in the new and improved gigs list to the right, and on the Where and When? page.

So yeah – it’s a big festival for the Man. And there’s more news to come, so stay tuned!