MICF David O'Doherty Big Time

MICF: David O’Doherty – Big Time

I felt a bit emotional the morning after David O’Doherty’s MICF show Big Time. Having seen and enjoyed his work before, that’s not what I was expecting. O’Doherty plays on your mind whilst he’s playing musical comedy on ...
MICF Soap review - courtesy of Arts Projects Australia

MICF: Soap

For some years now, tours of circus-based extravaganzas have been (at least) an annual feature of Australia’s arts scene. Following stints at Adelaide Fringe, the Brisbane Festival, and the Sydney Opera House, it’s MICF ...
MICF Steve Hughes

MICF: Steve Hughes

A while ago Steve Hughes amused on a short spot on Live At The Apollo taking the piss out of modern music. I thought maybe the promise that “Hughes tells it like it is” would make his MICF show worth seeing. April ...
MICF: Ciaran Lyons adultHOOD

MICF: Ciaran Lyons adultHOOD

The Carpet Room at the Forum Theatre is an intimate space that seemed a good fit for Ciaran Lyon’s type of observational comedy – a light-hearted look through some of the experiences he’s had since leaving childhoo...
Emma Pask - photo by Kurt Sneddon

Emma Pask

Her talent was first spotted by multi- instrumentalist James Morrison during one of his regular high schools visits when she was just 16 years old, Emma Pask sang with the Morrison band that very night and went on to col...
Hayes Theatre Co Calamity Tony Taylor, Virginia Gay and Sheridan Harbridge - photo by John McRae

Calamity Jane

Calamity Jane originated as a film vehicle for Doris Day in 1953. In 1961 it was adapted for the stage, and although it has never received a Broadway production it’s been popular a popular vehicle for amateur companies t...