Go Solo | Paul McDermott and Gatesy

If you’re a fan of a particular muso or comic, you’ve probably wondered what they’re like at home or with their mates. Tripod and DAAS fans now have that option. At least occasionally.

Dolly Di*mond's Bl*nkety Bl*nks

This should have happened years ago and if the programmers at Network 10 have any foresight, they’ll be on the phone to her any day now.

At The Movies | Dice Paper Roll

If you like Dungeons and Dragons see this show!

Gifted Underachiever | Cal Wilson

Cal Wilson is the delightful pocket sized performer with stories of suburban life that will appeal to a wide ranging audience.

Cold Lasagne Hate Myself 1999 | James Acaster

You may have seen him on Netflix with his quirky style and very well crafted material. If you come with expectations you won't be disappointed but perhaps a little surprised. Because this time Acaster is a bad ass!

The Merger | Damian Callinan

The enigmatic storyteller that is Damian Callinan returns to Melbourne with his one man show The Merger.

The Irrelevant Redundancy | Maria Bamford

Bamford is the quiet, understated voice that will always offer the loudest challenge to inequality or injustice or hypocrisy.

MacDeth | Company 13

It’s a super-slick, often hilarious romp of a tragedy yet MacDeth still manages to slow down and give pause to the more serious sections that deserve consideration.

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