MICF: Kitty Flanagan Seriously?

Through the MICF outing Seriously?, Sydneysider Kitty Flanagan shows she’s not just a funny lady. In this new show, she explains the special powers of the woman over 40 – such as being invisible – whilst bein...

MICF: Russell Kane – Smallness

In recent times, I’ve quite enjoyed English comedian Russell Kane’s television spots. Last performing at MICF in 2011 and claiming the Barry Award, Kane brings his ‘Australian Premiere’ show Smallness to Melb...

MICF: Avenue Q The Musical

If you love the puppetry magic of The Lion King, and the political incorrectness of The Book of Mormon, you will love Avenue Q The Musical. It is a show as clever as it is funny, and will change the way you think about t...

MICF: Ongals – Babbling Comedy

Four men in supersized toddler playsuits, romp around a stage speaking (mostly) excitable gibberish and behaving like big babies. This is South Korean company Ongals – recipients of awards including a Special Comme...

The Importance of Being Miriam

Reflecting on the family influences which have shaped her rich and distinguished career, Miriam Margolyes returns to the stage following her turn in MTC’s 2014 production of I’ll Eat You Last, in The Importan...