Posted by Keeping Up With The Grid - 11 May 2012
This show is a superbly silly symphony of organtastic double entendre and the sweet sweet sounds of the Hammond Aurora Classic! Barry Morgan’s World of Organs may well be the best piece of organ based comedy in the World!
Posted by Miranda Lee, Comedy Festival VIP Blogger - 11 May 2012
Anil Desai's A Night at the Movies is an entertaining treat.
Posted by Paul Simei-Barton - NZ Herald - 11 May 2012
With a brutally honest account of his own struggles with teenage alcoholism and testicular cancer Des Bishop's stand-up is built on the type of confessional intimacy that wouldn't be out of place on an Oprah Winfrey special.
Posted by Keeping Up With The Grid! - 11 May 2012
Chris takes us on a journey through various silliness and childish escapades that encompass his life including; inter-species prank playing, unnecessary lying, grown men in theme parks and why you should never text and drive.
Posted by Romy Hopper, Entertain Me - 10 May 2012
From mimicking spiritual reality shows to pretentious art house cinema, there’s no doubt these women have a great comedic connection between each other and the audiences they play to
Posted by Bridget Jones, stuff.co.nz - 10 May 2012
He says he is the epitome of average, but stand-up newcomer Brendon Green is anything but in his new show.
Posted by Karin Melchior, theatreview.co.nz - 10 May 2012
His material is very original and he has a delightful way of making the mundane totally insane. What I love about him is that he has such sincerity in his delivery. A story about something as lightweight as a supermarket purchase can be endowed with the gravity of a great philosophical dilemma, and the fact that he genuinely believes it is so funny!
Posted by Keeping Up With The Grid - 10 May 2012
Anil’s hours of movie watching have paid off, as only a true fan could create such brilliant impersonations and even dissect them simply so that you can have a go too.
Posted by Theatre review - Nik Smythe - 10 May 2012
For a character who never speaks, he's certainly got the punters raving!
He obviously has a supremely intelligent comic mind with the ability to weave in the most unexpected of topics and still make you laugh.